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Gujjar quota stir in Rajasthan: Bhanwar Lal urges protesters not to resort to violence

Rajasthan Minister Bhanwar Lal on Monday urged the protesting Gujjar community, demanding five per cent reservation in government jobs and educational institutes, not to resort to violence and protest peacefully.The protest launched by the Gujjar Community entered its fourth day today.Lal stated, Would like to appeal to Gujjar community that please do not resort to violence, protest peacefully. I would also like to appeal to Bainsla Ji to send his team for dialogue, and we will discuss as to how their demands can be met within limits of Constitution. He also urged the protesters to pressurise the Centre to give the reservation. Would like to appeal to the Gujjar community that they pressurise the PM to give five per cent reservation, the way they gave 10 per cent reservation to General Category. Our government is 45 days old, we re not saying no. If they will block roads then the government will also do its work, he said.Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla, on Monday, said: We ...

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