With the end of the second phase of Jat stir in Haryana, the state government today decided to withdraw the paramilitary forces from several districts except Sonipat where the forces would continue to be deployed as a precautionary measure.
With the Jat community threatening to launch a fresh agitation for reservation, prohibitory orders under Section 144 (banning assembly of five or more persons) of the CrPC have been imposed in eight districts of Haryana.
Jat quota stir: HC directs victims of alleged sexual assault at Murthal to file complaints with judges
The Punjab and Haryana High Court's latest order comes a day after it took suo moto cognizance of the alleged rapes in Murthal.
HC probe on Jat quota stir: Reports of rape in Murthal termed false by Haryana police and government
An investigating committee setup by the Haryana police failed to find any evidence of the alleged incidents, which occurs at the time of the Jat Protests.
The Punjab & Haryana High Court also criticised the Haryana Police for not taking appropriate action on the alleged rapes, which occurs at the time of the Jat stir.
Haryana government today announced that those who suffered property loss during Jat quota agitation could claim upto 25 per cent as interim relief immediately on the basis of self-assessment of the damage.