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Jat Quota Protests continue in Haryana

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Situation in Haryana continues to be grim as the Jat protests have entered the fourth day. Violence continues in different parts of the state, particularly in Rohtak and Jind. 33 Army units have been deployed in 9 districts of Haryana along with 10 company of paramilitary forces.However, in spite of the curfew, violence has not ceased
Despite various political leaders including Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal  Khattar appealing protesting Jats to maintain calm and peace, violence and arson continued during the night in various parts of the state, crippling the normal life in worst affected places like Rohtak, Jind,  Bhiwani, Jhajjar, Sonipat, Hisar.
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