Hooda’s plea for Jats sparks anger
THE RECENT meeting of Jat leaders including Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda with Union home minister P Chidambaram, to speed up the process to bring the community under OBC category, has sparked resentment in other minority communities.
Reacting to Hooda’s meeting with Chidambaram Umesh Sharma president of Haryana Brahman Samaj said, “Haryana chief minister acted in contravention of constitutional obligations to represent all communities of the state, showing that he is playing in the hands of his own community.”
Defying the raj dharma Hooda must resign from the post of chief ministership and sit on dharna along with leaders of his own community.
We will soon launch an agitation against the chief minister and will meet Union home minister to apprise the caste bases situation in Haryana and wellbeings of Jat community.
He also flayed the leader of his own community having close association with Hooda and saying, “They will also launch disobedience against such leaders, who were voted to power to look into the interest of the Brahmin community. But now are dancing to the tune of Hooda”
In the similar tone former Congress spokesperson Vedpal Vidrohi also flayed Hooda and his son for pressurising the Centre for the sake of their own community.
“If Jats are included in the backward classes it will be agreat injustice to the existing backward classes in the state”, he added.
"Haryana CM acted in contravention of constitutional obligations to represent all communities of the state"
“Presenting the data before the Haryana Backward Class Commission, Vidrohi had advised that the commission must seek data regarding their shares in government jobs in all categories, land holding and business dominance,” he added.
President of non-Jat Arakshan Sangrash Samiti Vedpal Tanwar said, “Demanding reservation for the Jat community is a great injustice to the minor communities of the state, who are economically backward.”