Breaking News

Gujjars' stir day three: Agitators find ways to entertain themselves

MAKSUDANPURA (SAWAI MADHOPUR): The Gujjar protesters discovered their very own tactics to entertain themselves at the third day of agitation as loud music gave them respite. Their chief Kirori Singh Bainsla persevered to remain calm and in addition had an influence nap after lunch on a wood bed that used to be introduced for him at the tracks. Agitators mendacity on railway tracks were looking forward to newspapers that were to be arranged from close by villages. They were eager to understand the stand of leader minister Ashok Gehlot.

Even as the ones incharge of cooking prepared gallons of tea some males were studying the vernaculars aloud. “Centre degi ya kaun dego hum na jaaney, aarakshan de do tabhi baat khatam hegi (We don’t know whether or not Centre or someone else will give us reservation. The issue will probably be resolved handiest when we get reservation),” stated Chotu Lal Gujjar while responding to the Gehlot’s remark that reservation is a central issue.

By nine.30 am the Gujjars were taking a look restless and went near the tent at the railway tracks where leaders of Gujjar Aarakshan Sangharh Samiti were sitting. “Kab tak baithe rahenge hum yahan pe (Until when do we take a seat here),” requested a tender man. Senior leaders asserted they have got no option rather then proceed this stir.

Thereafter, a jeep moving at the tracks drew their attention. “He has pushed the jeep at the monitor from Gangapur city,” stated Gopi Gujjar who claimed the distance lined by means of the jeep used to be 40 kms. “We are Gujjars who are identified for their bravery within the para-millitery forces and Indian Army. Thus, the state government will have to now not test us. If we can forestall a teach and run a jeep at the tracks, now we have the will to compel the government to offer us reservation,” stated Narayan Lal Gujjar, a 70-year-old who has been here since the starting of agitation.

Thereafter, the men and women in separate groups started enjoying the music performed on loud speaker. The temper changed after Gujjars got here to understand that a couple of cars were torched by means of their colleagues in Dholpur. “Baithe reba se kachu na milego, kuch to karo (We won't get anything else while sitting here, let’s do one thing,” remarked a teenager Gujjar. To this Vijay Bainsla appealed to not panic and care for peace.

Kheer and malpua as sweet dishes got here as Sunday’s particular dish while the ones curious about cooking used loud speaker to unfold a word about those who have donated wheat, vegetables and in addition cash. “Yeh 500 rupay Devkinandan ji ne diya hain, bahut dhanwad (A big due to Devkinandan for Rs 500),” stated a man on loud speaker and appealed to everybody to contribute.

No comments