The Gujjar Reservation Committee and the Rajasthan authorities’s cupboard sub-committee agreed on 14 factors following talks on Saturday.
“We had a very positive discussion and we are satisfied with the 14 points that we have agreed on. There is no need for agitation and we hope the government will meet its promises,” Himmat Singh Gujjar, chief of Gujjar faction mentioned, whose delegation met Rajasthan Minister Raghu Sharma on Saturday.
One of the necessary agreements is that Rs 5 lakh help will likely be given to the households of three deceased throughout Gujjar agitation, Kailash Gujjar, Man Singh Gujjar and Badri Gujjar and municipal jobs to at least one member every of their households. On October 18, Gujjar chief Kirori Singh Bainsla had given an ultimatum to the Ashok Gehlot authorities in Rajasthan to just accept their calls for, together with reservation in jobs and schooling as a ‘most backward class’ (MBC), or face large-scale agitation starting November 1.
Bainsla had made this announcement at a Gujjar Mahapanchayat in Bharatpur which was referred to as to resolve the longer term plan of action if their calls for are usually not met.
The agitation over reservation for the neighborhood was from November 1. Ahead of the agitation, cell web companies have been suspended in Karauli, Bharatpur, Jaipur and Sawai Madhopur. Additional police forces have been additionally placed on alert to take care of any regulation and order state of affairs. Gujjar Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti chief Vijay Bainsla had mentioned, “From November 1, the movement will start in Pilupura because the government is not accepting our demands for the past two years.” He mentioned the neighborhood was left with no possibility because the state authorities ignored their calls for. He added that the Rajasthan authorities ought to get the Gujjar reservation included within the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution, fill the backlog of vacancies and provides the advantage of 5 per cent reservation to the Most Backward.