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An advisory that advised people to keep away from NH-8, connecting Delhi and Jaipur, for 24 hours beginning Sunday, was revised when the road was opened in the evening. At one time, some protesters threatened to storm into Pitampura metro station, forcing the police to shut the gates for a while. Schools shut today as taps run dry. Submit Please enter a valid email address. Water supply to Delhi likely to be restored tomorrow. Vegetables, milk may run scarce in Capital.

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Wooden Hukka (Jaat Pasand)

Related Articles SC unhappy with Delhi govt. Please Email the Editor. Likewise, Sonu Gupta, a child papad vendor, grumbled about the acrid vapour but had no option other than to wade through the ranks of the smoking protesters.

September 02, Schools shut today as taps run dry. Shiv Sunny February 22, Close to a wall under the trees, Om Prakash, general secretary of Kadyan Khap in Jhajjar, and Bhagwan Singh from a Rohtak village sat near a pyramid of cow-dung cakes, waiting for the organic parts to turn into fireballs to use in their hubble-bubble. Yogesh Kumar pontificated on the virtues of the hookah and told a reporter, “It has five deities in it: From tractors to cars and from wooden logs to boulders, the agitators used everything they could lay their hands on to block traffic.

Printable version Apr 21, 9: From tractors to cars and from wooden logs to boulders, the agitators used everything they could lay their hands on to block traffic The Capital continued to feel the heat of the Jat reservation stir on Sunday as hundreds of agitators blocked roads and forcefully shut shops in several parts of Delhi.

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As Jat Protesters Assemble At Jantar Mantar, There Are More Hookahs Than Placards

Mar 03, However, NH-1 and NH are unlikely to open in the next 48 hours, said the advisory. To bring some relief to the stranded passengers at many of these spots, the government arranged for the distribution of tea and biscuits. Many local residents in these affected areas were caught unawares as they had to get off the public transports at the point of protests and walk long distances to their homes.

Charred remains of shops set on fire by Jat agitators demanding reservation in Rohtak; Members of the Jat community smoke hookah while blocking traffic on Sunday.

Wooden Hukka (Jaat Pasand)

Najafgarh was the worst hit as markets and businesses were not allowed to open at all and residents were unable to procure essential items. At one time, some protesters threatened to storm into Pitampura metro station, forcing the police to shut the gates for a while. When cars and buses rolled into Jantar Mantar ferrying Jats of all ages to sit on protest there, each vehicle carried at least one hookah.

The protesters showed little mercy to anyone. An advisory that advised people to keep away from NH-8, connecting Delhi and Jaipur, for 24 hours beginning Sunday, was revised when the road was opened in the evening.

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Her colleagues, Santosh Dixit and Anil Kumar, too were disdainful of the inhalers. The traffic police updated commuters about affected routes on social media as they tried to divert traffic to tackle the situation. Traffic jams, due to blocked roads, were seen in Rohini, Najafgarh, Narela, Nangloi and Timarpur and the ripple effects were felt in several adjoining areas. Vegetables, milk may run scarce in Capital. There was an unlikely source of pollution in central Delhi on Thursday.

Jats block city roads, smoke hookah and play cards – The Hindu

Water supply to Delhi likely to be restored soon. Non-Jats, however, were not too enthused. As leader after leader gave fiery speeches threatening to block essential services in Delhi if the government did not reserve jobs for Jats, the onlookers applauded through a hazy of blue smoke.

A few metres away, Sanjay Kumar Singh told everyone who cared to listen that the hookah does not kill like cigarettes do. There were some that were more than 3-ft tall. Submit Please enter a valid email address. Water supply to Delhi likely to be restored tomorrow. Otherwise, the agitating jats sat on the roads smoking hookah and playing cards. They targeted strategic locations such as Madhuban Chowk and Ramdev Chowk to leave an impact.

The Capital continued to feel the heat of the Jat reservation stir on Sunday as hundreds of agitators blocked roads and forcefully shut shops in several parts of Delhi.