Rajasthan's jat community to join Haryana agitation on quota
Jaipur: A section of Jat community in Rajasthan on Sunday warned that they would hold a march to Harayana if the quota demand of the agitators in the neighbouring state is not fulfilled.
A few Jat organisations including Rajasthan Jat Student Union, Yuva Jat Ekta Manch led by former MP and Jat leader Hari Singh held a meeting and decided to join Haryana Jats agitation if the demand of Jat quota is not met, according to a press release here.
Rajathan Jat leaders also appealed to their brothers in Haryana to hold peaceful agitation and not disturb general public.
"If Jat quota demand is not met, Rajasthan's Jat community would not sit silently but would join their (Haryana) agitation, and march to support them," said Singh who was with Ramawatar Palsania, state president of Rajasthan Jat Student Union.
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