Rajput leaders were constantly demanding a proper investigation into the death of Anand Pal Singh and decided to stretch their protest to the state capital Jaipur. The protest was likely to coincide with Bhartiya Janta Party national president Amit Shah’s scheduled visit to the state. Hopefully, due to the affirmative steps that were taken by the state government, the Rajput community has decided to take back their protests.
Today in a joint meeting between the Rajput leaders and the state government representatives held at the secretariat, a decision was made in which both the parties agreed to a positive solution. The Rajputs have decided to take back the protest and the government in return is ready to fulfill their 7 demands.
Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria in a press conference stated that the state government has agreed to grant seven demands of the Rajput community. He along with the Panchayati Raj & Rural Development minister Rajendra Rathore and BJP state President, MLA from Jaipur Ashok Parnami was present at the meeting with Rajput leaders today.
Adopting an optimistic approach towards the situation, Rajasthan government representatives agreed to the demands of Anand pal’s family. The 7 demands include:
- The government will recommend Anand pal’s case to the CBI for further investigation.
- Commando Sohan Singh’s family will be allowed to visit him in Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon.
- The police and the government will extend full support to the Rajput communities and conduct unbiased proceedings.
- Nobody would prohibit Anand pal’s elder daughter Chinu aka Charanjeet Kanwar Singh from returning to Rajasthan.
- Shrawan Singh, the alleged landlord of the property where Anandpal died is free from all charges.
- Besides, the government will offer reasonable compensations to the victims of Sanvrad violence.
- On the request of Anand pal’s family members, the government will provide them with a detailed post-mortem report, within 24 hours of request.
After the announcement was made in the press conference, the Rajput community leaders expressed their thankfulness to the government and agreed to withdraw the protests.