As per the latest reports, one youth was killed and many others were injured as members of Jat community clashed with local police in Ramayan village of Hisar district in Haryana on yesterday.
In the meantime, the incident occurred when Jats were on their way to hold a protest against police for detaining their top leaders as well as rounding up of agitators squatting near the railway tracks.
Moreover, the Jats Commodity have been holding such protests for past many days and they are demanding OBC quota in government jobs and educational institutes.
Republican U.S. presidential nomination is on a great tensed form as Romney who won easily in his home state, secured a close victory in Ohio but failed to put a knockout blow against rival Rick Santorum on “Super Tuesday”.
Santorum and Romney both were in the race of the party’s establishment by raising the prospect of a drawn-out battle for the Republican presidential nomination, with Ohio the biggest prize among 10 states holding contests on Tuesday.
But after announcing the results, Romney underscored with his continued inability to win over large swathes of the Republican base.
Even Romney won past five of the 10 state contests, carried momentum into “Super Tuesday,” and held a narrow lead in Ohio, as he needed Some 419 of the 1,144 delegates to win the party’s nomination.
Once again after broke record of 43 years history, Shiromani Akali Dal comes into existence by putting victory in assembly election with a huge margin.
On Tuesday, results for the 117-member assembly were declared and beating all of them, Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal had addressed the highest victory margin by grabbing 68 seats out of 117.
Badal won seats by defeating his competitor the Congress dissident Hans Raj Josan by a margin of 50,246 votes. And on other side, Vikram Singh Majitheya, Sukhbir’s brother-in-law, wife Harsimrat Badal’s brother, was also won by a huge difference of voting with 47,581 against his rival candidate.
However Akalies faced lower voting on the Phillaur seat, Jagraon and Ferozepur-rural, but its enough for them to win.
The Samajwadi Party’s youth, Akhilesh Yadav, dismissing his plan for chief minister’s post, said that his father Mulayam Singh Yadav would be the UP chief minister who was more deserving and prominent as comparison to him.
Mulayam’s party has won by 224 seats on its own in the UP state as a landslide victory in elections to the 403-seat state assembly, more than 2007 when it won only 97 of the assembly’s 403 seats.
Addressing all credits to party’s leaders who gave a huge support to restructure it, junior Yadav said, “I am not in the race for the chief minister’s post. The party feels that the responsibility should go to Netaji.”