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Jat stir: SP, DSP among 35 hurt in clash, 2 police buses torched

Jat stir: SP, DSP among 35 hurt in clash, 2 police buses torched

A woman ASI and a woman Constable were among the injured police personnel.

Jats call off march to Delhi after meeting Haryana CM; internet, traffic curbs eased

Jats call off march to Delhi after meeting Haryana CM; internet, traffic curbs eased

“Our agitation and march towards Delhi have been called off,” chief of All India Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti Yashpal Malik said.

Jats hold protest at Jantar Mantar in Delhi

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Jat leaders say they will vote against BJP in UP, Punjab polls

Accusing BJP of "cheating" them on the issue of reservation, leaders of Jat organisations and Khap panchayats on Thursday said members of the community would vote against the party in next year's assembly elections in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh.

Section 144 imposed in Jind as Jat leaders start 'jail bharo' movement

Section 144 imposed in Jind as Jat leaders start 'jail bharo' movement

The district administration in Jind, Haryana, has clamped prohibitory orders for two days with the Jat leaders threatening to hold 'jail bharo' movement beginning today demanding the release of those arrested during the quota stir.

Quota agitation: Jat leaders begin talks with Haryana govt

Quota agitation: Jat leaders begin talks with Haryana govt

The Jat delegation is meeting with Chief Secretary and Haryana DGP at Haryana Niwas in Chandigarh.

Jats may resume protest in Haryana, demand 'martyr' status for dead protesters

Jats may resume protest in Haryana, demand 'martyr' status for dead protesters

It seems Jat agitation has not completely settled down as the leaders from the community are now demanding 'martyr' status for those who died during the protest last month.

Stir will end only after quota Ordinance: Jat leaders

The response came after Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today released a statement saying that his government has "accepted" their demands.