Jat quota stir: Assessment of damage to property in Jind

Jind, Mar 17: Director General Haryana Human Rights Commission A K Dhul on Thursday visited Jind to assess the damage to public and private properties during last month's Jat quota agitation.

Eight teams have been formed by the Commission to record complaints of people who were affected by Jat stir on February 17 and 23, Dhul said.

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The Commission would look into the complaints and take legal action against the culprits. The affected people can either file complaints with the teams or go directly to the Commission's office.

After the complaints are received, a probe would be initiated as per the requirement of a particular complaint. The last date of filing complaints is March 18, Dhul said.

Answering a question on the alleged incident of sexual assault of women near Murthal in Sonepat during the Jat quota agitation, Dhul said an SIT has been formed to look into the matter.


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