Speaking to the media after the talks with the government on Tuesday by the agitating Bharatpur-Dholpur Jat community delegation demanding OBC reservation at the Centre, the Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti has postponed the decision to block the Delhi-Mumbai railway track on Wednesday.
The government has assured the committee to hold talks with the Center in this regard within three days. People of the Jat community of Bharatpur-Dholpur have been camping in Jai Choli village for the last 21 days demanding OBC reservation. Chairman of the committee Nem Singh Faujdar announced the postponement of the decision to block the railway track.
Minister Kanhaiya Lal Chaudhary, who was talking on behalf of the government, said while talking to the media that the Bhajan Lal government is serious about the demands of the Jat community. Within three days, the State Government organized talks with the Sangharsh Committee delegation with the concerned ministers of the Central Government and their problems will be resolved.
Chaudhary said that the Bhajan Lal government will also make a strong advocacy on this matter in front of the Central Government and the Jat community will be provided with their rights.
During the press conference, Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti President Nem Singh Faujdar said that the talks with the government have been positive. An assurance has been given to hold talks with the central government.
Till then the decision to block the railway track has been postponed. Earlier on Tuesday, a round of talks took place between the committee delegation and key government officials. Earlier last month too, Mandal had daily talks with the government in Jaipur but no result was achieved.
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