"There is no solid offer made by Haryana government. BJP government is just trying to befool Jats as its intentions with regard to giving reservation to Jats is not clean", All India Jat Aarakshan Sangarsh Samiti's national president, Yashapal Malik said.

After holding an all party meeting here, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said the state government will prepare a draft Bill for giving reservation to Jats and suggestions have also been sought from all parties in this regard.

Khattar, earlier in the day, said the Government has positive approach on Jats' demand and if all parties agree, then the government would bring a Bill in the ensuing session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha.

Reacting to it, Mailk said, "the government should first bring an ordinance and then bring a Bill in Haryana Vidhan Sabha for giving reservation to Jats. If government does it, then it will be acceptable to us", he said.

Over the death of one person in firing in Rohtak, Malik said, "It is the government which indulged in violence. Jats are very angry with the BJP government over the death of one person. Our agitation will continue till our demand is met".

Earlier in the day, Mailk had threatened to intensify agitation in other parts of the state including Panchkula and Yamunanagar.

Latest News from State News Desk