Bharatpur: The talks between the 13-member Gujjar delegation and the ministerial committee that took place at the Secretariat in Jaipur yesterday lasted for nearly four hours. After failing to reach any conclusion the discussion resumed this morning.
The Gujjar community members maintained that nothing short of five per cent reservation within the legal limit of 50 per cent would be acceptable to them and it is for the government to offer a workable proposal to meet that demand. The second round of talks between the government delegation and the agitating Gujjar leaders begin this morning.
On the other hand the Rajasthan High Court has stepped in and directed railway, police officials to get rail, road blockades cleared. The High Court has asked for a compliance report by Thursday.