Jaipur: Warning Rajasthan government of severe consequences, Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla on Monday raised the rhetoric and asked his community to be prepared for another round of quota stir.

The Gujjar leader, who met Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Energy Minister Dr Jitendra Singh on Monday to reiterate his community’s demands, asked the state government to be ready for another agitation over the community's demand for a separate four percent quota in jobs and educational institutions under the ST category.

Seeking his demands, the angry leader slammed the government for not fulfilling the basic demands of the community.

“The government asked for five months time to solve the issue, but we gave them six-months. Still the government is unable to do justice with our community. Our 51-member representative panel also tried to approach the government but in vain. Hence, we will protest for what is rightfully ours,” he said.

Bainsla also asked the Gujjar community to be prepared for another quota stir in ten days time, which he hinted could be violent unlike the last year's protest.

At least 70 Gujjars were killed in the 2010 violent clashes between the community and the police.

JPN/Bureau