He was stopped at Bahadurgarh in Jhajjar district and requested not to proceed further in view of the prevailing situation.
"I am a Jat. I am deeply hurt with the ongoing agitation. I request the state government to announce compensation for everyone who has suffered loss in the agitation," Hooda said.
Former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda, who represents Garhi Sampla Kiloi assembly seat in Rohtak, also appealed to Jat protesters to maintain calm and peace in the state.
An official of Jhajjar administration said, 'We requested the former Chief Minister not to visit Rohtak because of law and order problem.'
Bhupendra Singh Hooda and a number of other party leaders sat on a fast at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi yesterday and urged for calm and amity.
"My appeal is to restore peace and amity. I have also asked all our party MLAs and former MLAs to hold peace meetings in their respective constituencies," he said yesterday.


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