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Jat quota stir: Govt promises jobs, Rs 10 lakh to kin of those who died

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Jat protesters have started to move away from some of the key highways and railway tracks cutting across Haryana today, a day after the government succumbed to their violent agitation demanding reservation in jobs and education.

Situation is slowly returning to normal in Haryana, which witnessed wide-scale arson and violence by the Jats. In a major development, the Army took control of the important Munak Canal in Sonipat early today. The canal, which supplies water to Delhi, was occupied by Jat protesters triggering huge water crisis in the national capital.

Meanwhile, the government has promised jobs and Rs 10 lakh to kin of those who died during the protest.

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