The agitation of the Jat community continued for the 20th day on Monday in the village of Jaychauli in the high-altitude tehsil of Bharatpur. The community has announced to jam the Delhi-Mumbai railway tracks at noon on February 7.
So far, no invitation for dialogue has been received by the Jat community sitting in Jaychauli from the centre. After this, the Jat community has now decided to jam the railway tracks.
The Mahapadav (grand sit-in protest) began on January 17th over the demand for reservation in the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category. Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma had invited an 11-member committee of the Jat community for talks in Jaipur. Before the Chief Minister, talks were supposed to be held with the committee of 11 members, including 2 MLAs and 2 ministers made by the government.
While talks were held with 4 members of the 11-member committee, dialogue could not take place with the Chief Minister. After this, an invitation for dialogue came from the centre. Since then, the Jat community has been waiting for the invitation. After warning the central government on February 4th, the Jat community started a hunger strike.