Teams from the Jat and Muslim communities in Rajasthan have renewed their demand for reservations, amid ongoing agitations within the state by Gurjars for quota in authorities jobs and academic establishments.
The protest by members of the Gurjar group, who’ve blocked the Delhi-Mumbai rail route in Pilupura and the Hindaun-Bayana highway, entered its tenth day on Tuesday after talks between its leaders and the Rajasthan authorities remained inconclusive on Monday.
Leaders from the Jat group in Bharatpur and Dholpur districts have determined to carry ‘mahapanchayats’ at totally different locations to debate the plan of action to get reservations in authorities jobs and academic establishments.
The primary of those conferences can be held in Bharatpur district’s Pathena village on November 18.
“We are going to maintain ‘mahapanchayats’ at totally different areas beginning November 18 and take a choice. If the federal government desires to listen to us by way of agitations, then we are going to do a ‘chakka jam’ after a choice taken within the ‘mahapanchayats’,” Jat Aarakshan Sangarsh Samiti convener Nem Singh Faujdar stated.
The state authorities ought to suggest to the Centre to provide Jats of those two districts reservation within the Central OBC listing, he stated, including that Jats of different districts of the state already have quota.
The Jats of Bharatpur and Dholpur districts have been excluded from the Central OBC (different backward courses) listing after a March 2015 Supreme Courtroom order, after which from the state OBC listing following a Rajasthan Excessive Courtroom ruling in August that yr.
In 2017, the Vasundhara Raje-led authorities had prolonged reservation to Jats of those two districts underneath the state OBC listing, however they’re but to be included within the central listing.
The Muslim Minority Growth Committee (MMDC), which has written to Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on the reservation difficulty, has demanded 10 per cent quota for backward Muslim castes.
“Muslim OBCs fare worse than different OBCs in training and social backwardness. Separate reservation for Muslim OBCs in training and providers ought to be given within the state on the traces of Karnataka,” MMDC secretary basic Yunus Ali Khan stated.
The Delhi-Mumbai rail route in Bayana’s Pilupura and Hindaun-Bayana highway has been blocked by members of the Gurjar Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti over reservation for the group.
The organisation is demanding that the Rajasthan authorities ought to get the Gurjar reservation included within the Ninth Schedule of the Structure, fill the backlog of vacancies and provides the advantage of 5 per cent reservation to the Most Backward Courses (MBCs) within the pending recruitment course of.