Life limping back to normal in Haryana

normal in HaryanaViolence-torn Haryana is slowly limping back to normalcy  today with Jat protesters starting to lift blockades in various parts of the state after the BJP announced setting up of a committee under a Central minister to examine the quota demand for the community.

Authorities had lifted curfew from Kaithal and its nearby town Kalayat yesterday.

However, in Rohtak, the epicentre of pro-quota Jat agitation, curfew remained in force even as there was no report of any incident of violence and arson in the last 24 hours.

At Maharishi Dayanand University (MDU) the protesters are still sitting and we hope they will also soon go back to their homes.

Rohtak and other areas had witnessed major damage to public and private property after the Jat protest turned violent.

Following the incidents of violence and arson, curfew was imposed in Rohtak, Bhiwani, Jhajjar, Jind, Hissar, Hansi, Sonipat and Gohana town of Sonipat. .

 

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