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Jaipur, June 18 (PTI) The Gujjar community will be given five per cent reservation as a special category under an agreement reached with Rajasthan government, bringing to an end the nearly month-long agitation for Scheduled Tribe status. Addressing a joint press conference with Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla here, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje announced five per cent quota for Gujjars as also Rebaris and Banjaras. Apparently keeping in mind the sensitivities of the influential Meena community, which enjoys the ST status in the state, she sought to allay apprehensions about the impact of the quota for Gujjars on the present reservation system. "This quota would not have any adverse effect on the present reservation system in the state", she said adding "there is a necessity to give special support to some sections". Expressing gratitude to Raje and giving her all credit for ending the stalemate, Bainsla said that in view of today's announcement the Gujjar agitation would be called off after he reaches Pilupura in Bharatpur, the nerve centre of the agitation.
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