Security up for Shah's rally in Jind

Security up for Shah's rally in Jind

AIJASS is also demanding to withdraw the cases against the community members and suitable compensation should be given to those who were injured while the quota issue stir past year.

After a meeting with Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, All India Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti (AIJASS) on Sunday chose to cancel parallel rally in Jind on February 15, the day when BJP President Amit Shah is set to launch a motorbike rally. These cases were only for minor offences. The forces were requisitioned by the state government following a call by All India Jat Arakashan Sangrash Samiti (AIJASS) to hold a parallel public meeting in Jind, in a show of protest against the not-fulfilment of their demands.

The Jat leader also asked the state and central government to set a deadline for introducing Jat quota in Haryana. The government formed a committee to review many of these criminal cases against protesters. A NGT Bench headed by judicial member SP Wangdi issued notices to the Haryana government, the State Pollution Control Board, the Central Pollution Control Board and the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, seeking their responses by February 13.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Friday issued notices to Centre and the state government of Haryana, seeking their response on a plea that raised concerns on pollution during BJP president Amit Shah's rally in Jind that will see participation of almost 1 lakh motorbikes. "In fact, such cases were also withdrawn by the previous state governments of (Bhupinder Singh) Hooda and (Om Prakash) Chautala". Our agitation stands as per schedule. Over 450 NGOs will also take part in the security arrangement, SSP Arun Singh said. No political leader has been held responsible for the rioting and disruption. "Who is responsible for that?" questioned Tanwar. It maintains that the cases that have been ordered to be withdrawn are not of a serious nature. State leadership of the BJP is in panic. He has to ensure there is law and order problem from Jats who threaten to disrupt it, and he has to ensure that the rally itself adheres to prescriptions of environmental laws laid down by National Green Tribunal (NGT).

"If they don't, we are prepared to take our tractor-trailers to choke Jind during Amit Shah's rally". According to the reports around one lakh, motorcyclists are scheduled to meet Amit Shah at the rally.

"The BJP governments in Centre and Haryana have failed to deliver on all fronts, especially giving jobs to the unemployed". Officials plan to deploy the majority of the central forces there to ensure the visit passes off smoothly.

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