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On jat reservation agitation

2017-02-16

Rohtak, February 16: The state secretariat of the CPI(M) has said that the BJP government instead of fulfilling its constitutional obligations of keeping social interests supreme is playing petty politics. The BJP government is not serious in resolving the jat reservation agitation continuing for the last many days. Its intention is to deepen the caste polarisation for petty political gains by keeping the issue prolonged by not  initiating any credible  and meaningful dialogue.

 

The state secretary  Surender Singh, alleged that ministers of the  government, including the Chief Minister, and BJP leaders are speaking  in different language at different times.  At one  time they say one thing while at other time  they say other things. With whom they would talk and with whom  they won’t, sometimes they ask for unconditional dialogue while at other time  they put conditions for dialogue. Owing to these  tricks the situation  in the state has become fragile. Common masses find themselves  surrounded by a feeling of fear and violence.

 

CPI(M) is of the clear view that the state govt. should immediately stop these tricks and politicking. It should give priority to restoration of normalcy in the state by resolving  the matter through consistent dialogue with open mind so that social harmony and  peace prevails in the state.

 

The CPI(M) has appealed to the people of the state to  remain vigilant for protecting their social unity  and  harmony against any acts of provocation. It is also the responsibility  of the agitators that they do not let the situation go out  of control  and that any mischievous element may not  exploit the situation. The last year’s tragic situation should be avoided by all means. 

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