“The railway tracks were also examined by the officials. Now, the train movement is restored,” the railway source said.
"Agitators cleared the tracks after the announcement of their leader Kirori Singh Bainsla to end the agitation. The situation has returned to normal," SHO Bayana Mahaveer Singh said.

Police said that the NH-11, which was blocked in Sikandara in Dausa, has also been restored.

Gujjars began their agitation on Thursday last week and had blocked Delhi-Mumbai railway tracks in Bharatpur and later blocked Agra-Jaipur national highway in Dausa and a state highway in Sawaimadhopur leading to the cancellation and diversion of many trains and disruption on road traffic.
Four districts of Bharatpur, Karauli, Sawaimadhopur and Dausa were affected due to the agitation.

Gujjars called off their agitation last night after the government assured them to bring a bill to provide five percent reservation.

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