3 Dead 150 People Injured |Gurduwara Is Opening Its Door While The Jat Agitation Strangles Haryana


 

While the protests for Jat Reservations continue in Haryana, the rest of the country watches in horror. The agitation already claimed lives of more than 15 people and has left more that 150 people injured.

The situation is just getting worse and it has left many stranded and helpless.

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However, in such times we hear about this Gurudwara in Haryana, where a group of people has taken a collective initiative in order to help stranded people.

To inform more and more people about it, they chose FB as a medium!

They posted:
‪#‎JatAgitation‬

Many Are In Stuck Panipat Due To Road Blockage
If You Find Anyone On Road
Please Inform Them There Is Accommodation at

Gurudwara Pehli Patshahi Ji, G.T. Road
&
Dera Baba Josh Sachiyar, G.T Road
Langar Is Available
For Gurudwara Sahib Helpline 24X7
Call At 09034200045, 09812243030, 09215222260, 08607666665
Please Share

Via: IndiaTimes

 

 

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The Whole Nation is Suffering From Jat Reservation Fight as the Flights and Airlines Prices Climbs due to Reservation fight.

The Jat agitation may end soon as the government on Sunday decided to bring a bill for granting OBC status to Jats. The decision was taken at a high-level meeting between Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Jat leaders, National security Advisor, Army Chief and Delhi Police Commissioner. After the meeting, BJP leader Anil Jain, who is in charge of party affairs in Haryana, said the Jat community will get reservation in jobs and a bill will be brought in the next session of the Haryana assembly in this regard.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday issued show cause notice to party MP Raj Kumar Saini for making comments ‘opposing’ Jat reservation.

Blockades by Jat protesters are in the process of being lifted after Home Minister Rajnath Singh announced the setting up of a high level committee headed by Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu to look into the demands of protesters while appealing for peace and calm. But the Jat quota agitation has claimed 12 lives with violence paralysing large parts of Haryana. Rohtak and Jind have been the worst hit with protesters setting fire to police vehicles, buses, hotels, malls, petrol

pumps.