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Delhi convert it into “Jat land” on March 20.

Chandigarh:3/3/17; The ongoing pro-quota Jat stir entered the 34th day on Friday in Haryana, even as AIJASS chief said the protesters “will move towards Delhi on tractor trolleys” and convert it into “Jat land” on March 20. He said the protesters have started non-cooperation with the government and will not pay electricity and water bills and also the instalment of loans they owe to the government.
Malik said that two members of the community have died during the on-going protest by Jats.
He said that Vijay of village Suneria lost his life after falling from a tractor while returning to Bahadurgarh after Jats protest in Delhi on Thursday.

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