November 2, 2020 2:04:00 am
Seeking reservation in jobs, amongst different calls for, members of the Gujjar neighborhood, responding to a name by the Colonel Kirori Singh Bainsla-led Gurjar Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti, laid siege to railway tracks in Bharatpur on the Delhi-Mumbai line on Sunday. At least eight trains had been diverted.
However, coming a day after a faction led by Gujjar chief Himmat Singh reached an settlement with the federal government on 14 factors, the protest can be being seen an try to consolidate and move on the political capital of Kirori Singh Bainsla, now an octogenarian, to his son Vijay Bainsla; it’s Vijay who has been calling the pictures within the ongoing protests.
Kirori Singh mentioned, “It is all as much as Vijay now). I’m ready for (Youth Affairs minister Ashok) Chandna… (allow us to see) with what resolution does he come (with).”
Bainsla and different leaders have referred to as the federal government representatives for talks on the protest web site itself.
Attacking Vijay Bainsla, Singh mentioned, “To realise their self-interests, Colonel Bainsla and his son are taking the duvet of the neighborhood and firing from its shoulder.”
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