Jaipur, Oct 3 (UNI) Despite the launching of second phase of Gujjar agitation for Scheduled Tribe status for the community, the process of dialogue between the Rajasthan Government and the Gujjar Reservation Action Committee leaders is still on.
The state government was trying to keep in constant touch with the committee Convenor Col Kirodi Singh Bainsla. In this endecuout, State Health Minister Digambar Singh today met Col Bainsla in the Sewar Jail in Bharatpur where the Gujjar leader was lodged along with other Gujjar leaders who courted arrest yesterday.
A report from Bharatpur, quoting official sources, said that Dr Singh met Col Bainsla in the Jail Superintendent's chamber this afternoon.
The ten-minute meeting between them was believed to have reviewed the post arrests scenario and prevailing arrangements for the jailed Gujjars lodged in a huge number in various jails in the state.
Prior to this meeting, BJP Treasurer and sitting MP Ramdas Agrawal and party state President Mahesh Sharma had held rounds of dialogue with the Gujjar leader during past one week.
Meanwhile, reports reaching here from different districts said that jailed Gujjar leaders were not satisfied with arrangements made by the jail administration at some places including Bharatpur, Kota, Jodhpur and Rajsamand.
In Bharatpur's Sewar Jail, Gujjars expressed their anguish over insufficient arrangement for drinking water while Gujjars lodged at camp jails in Jodhpur were unhappy over ''dissatisfacvtory' supply of breakfast this morning.
Some of the Gujjar leaders have reportedly unhappy over food arrangement for them in Kota Jail.