Haryana burns as Jat quota stir intensifies

Updated On Feb 21, 2016 11:56 AM IST
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The main gate of IGP’s office( Rohtak range) set on fire by a protesting student. (Manoj Dhaka/HT )
Updated on Feb 21, 2016 11:56 AM IST

The main gate of IGP’s office( Rohtak range) set on fire by a protesting student. (Manoj Dhaka/HT )

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Jat agitation has brought Haryana to a standstill. Various markets in Rohtak were shut down in support of the agitation. (Manoj Dhaka/HT )
Updated on Feb 21, 2016 11:56 AM IST

Jat agitation has brought Haryana to a standstill. Various markets in Rohtak were shut down in support of the agitation. (Manoj Dhaka/HT )

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A cop is seen throwing stones at protesting Jat students in front of IGP office, Rohtak on Friday.The community has been demanding for reservation in government jobs. (Manoj Dhaka/HT )
Updated on Feb 21, 2016 11:56 AM IST

A cop is seen throwing stones at protesting Jat students in front of IGP office, Rohtak on Friday.The community has been demanding for reservation in government jobs. (Manoj Dhaka/HT )

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An official spokesman told PTI that curfew was imposed with immediate effect on Friday night in view of protesting mobs going on rampage and indulging in violence. (HT Photo )
Updated on Feb 21, 2016 11:56 AM IST

An official spokesman told PTI that curfew was imposed with immediate effect on Friday night in view of protesting mobs going on rampage and indulging in violence. (HT Photo )

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The protesters have accused the chief minister of resisting their demand as he was “not from the community”. (HT Photo )
Updated on Feb 21, 2016 11:56 AM IST

The protesters have accused the chief minister of resisting their demand as he was “not from the community”. (HT Photo )

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Rohtak remained under siege for the sixth day as protests turned progressively more violent with a counter-protest erupting against the Jats, essentially dividing the city into two parts — while Jats controlled areas from Delhi Road to Subhash Chowk, the other communities took control between Chhotu Ram Chowk and Hisar Road. (AP)
Updated on Feb 21, 2016 11:56 AM IST

Rohtak remained under siege for the sixth day as protests turned progressively more violent with a counter-protest erupting against the Jats, essentially dividing the city into two parts — while Jats controlled areas from Delhi Road to Subhash Chowk, the other communities took control between Chhotu Ram Chowk and Hisar Road. (AP)

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