Jat protest: Centre mobilises 24700 paramilitary troopers
Centre has mobilised 24 thousand 700 paramilitary personnel in Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh in view of Jat protests tomorrow. Prohibitory orders have been issued in Delhi and Haryana.
In Delhi, a three-tier security cover will be in place with 110 companies of external force assisting Delhi Police in maintaining vigil. Entry of people to Lutyens’ Delhi will be restricted from 11 tonight. Our correspondent reports that Metro rail services will not be available at all stations outside Delhi-NCR from 11:30 tonight till further orders.
CBSE has also issued an advisory for Class 10th and 12th students appearing in exam in Delhi in light of the agitation. It has advised students to take necessary measures to reach the examination centres well before the scheduled time to avoid any inconvenience.
Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal is meeting Jat agitation leaders at Haryana Bhawan in New Delhi. He appealed to Jat protestors, demanding quota in education and employment, to have a dialogue with government.
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