Fulfill quota demands by November 1: Gujjars to Rajasthan govt | Jaipur News

JAIPUR: The Gujjar Aarakshan Sangharsh Samity, led by Kirori Singh Bainsla, during a Mahapanchayat at Bharatpur’s Bayana (Adda) on Saturday gave an ultimatum to the state government till November 1 to fulfill all their demands related to 4 per cent reservation to the most backward class (MBC). They threatened to hold a statewide agitation from November 1 if their demands are not fulfilled by then.
Minister Ashok Chandna and IAS officer Neeraj K Pawan, who were sent to Bayana as government representatives to understand the demands of the Gujjar community and urge them to call off the proposed agitation, had a detailed discussion with the representatives of the samity and the community on Saturday.
“We took a decision today (Saturday) that we will ensure that everything is stopped in Rajasthan from November 1. That means all services including trains and road transport,” said Gujjar leader and Kirori Singh Bainsla’s son Vijay Singh Bainsla.
“Government representatives came and spoke to us, but there was nothing substantial. We’ve told the government that we don’t want to have any meeting with them. We have asked them to give us what is required. We have been benevolent once, while the government has not been benevolent with us for the last almost two years. So, it’s high time that they start delivering on their promises. Otherwise, this time on, there is going to be no return,” he added.
Bainsla further said, “If we sit on the railway tracks, we will continue to do so till the time the election manifesto (of tbe Congress party) is executed in detail, which states that backlog in jobs will be cleared for SC/ST/OBCs. This is the community’s commitment to the government, and we will full this till the time they give us the 35,000 jobs or execute the manifesto in detail.”
“The representatives spoke to us about salary fixation of 1252 contractual employees and requested us not to hold an agitation. But, we said, nothing doing, agitation will happen as per our conditions and all the demands have to be fulfilled,” he added.
Meanwhile, minister Ashok Chandna, government representative to have a dialogue with the community, said, “I was in Bayana as a government representative to talk to the representatives of the Samity. We spoke to them in length and got a clear understanding of their demands. We have already had 4-5 meetings of the high-level committee. The homework is continuing (on their demands). They have postponed the agitation and gave the government time till Nov 1.”
Another representative from the government’s side, IAS officer, Neeraj K Pawan said, “A positive stance has been kept from the government’s side. 5 per cent reservation is being given in all admissions under process and will be ensured in future as well.”
Bharatpur Collector Nathmal Didel said internet services has been resumed in the area where Mahapanchayat was held, and in the adjoining areas. “The government’s stance was they are most welcome to come forward and have a dialogue.”

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