BJP’s massive Uttar Pradesh win may take wind out of Jat agitation

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lawzmag.comJat leaders told Mail Today that the ‘movement’, which was threatening to cut supplies to Delhi and block all entry and exit routes to the national Capital, is showing ‘withdrawal symptoms’.

The BJP’s landslide victory in Uttar Pradesh has provided a much-needed relief to Haryana chief minister Manohar Khattar, who was facing a major challenge from the agitating Jat community.

Top Jat leaders told Mail Today that the ‘movement’, which was threatening to cut supplies to Delhi and block all entry and exit routes to the national Capital, is showing ‘withdrawal symptoms’.

Political observers say the Jats of Haryana are now likely to get lesser support from their community members in western UP after their support to the BJP. It has given a big jolt to the Jat community in Haryana, which had announced intensification of its stir from March 20 with an aim ‘to choke Delhi’.

“The Jats of western UP have supported BJP in the recently-concluded assembly election. They were reportedly convinced by BJP national president Amit Shah that their grievances will be looked into,” said Yashpal Malik, president of Akhil Bhartiya Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti (ABJASS).”It now seems that Jats of western UP might participate in lesser numbers on the agitation planned for March 20,” Singh added.
As carried on Indiatoday in 15.3.2017

5 thoughts on “BJP’s massive Uttar Pradesh win may take wind out of Jat agitation”

  1. vimal says:

    good

  2. himi says:

    Well……

  3. neha says:

    News is accurate

  4. kanta says:

    nice

  5. shiva says:

    That can be marked as a good development in the country

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