Even as the massive protest march by Jats in Delhi has been suspended for fifteen days, the Gurugram Police has still maintained its tight vigil on the law and order situation in the city.
The major routes of the city were filled with police personnel. The cops had placed check post at the border areas of Gurugram with Delhi, Rewari and Jhajjar. Barricades were also erected in the busy stretches of MG road and NH-8.
In order to make sure that there is no panic among the citizens, the Gurugram Police also used social media platforms to provide assurance to the citizens.
"The citizens and commuters in Gurugram should not worry about the presence of policeofficials in the city. We are just trying to ensure that everything in the city is fine. On Monday, there was a schedule of board exams for the students.
"It was therefore for us to make sure that students do not panic after there were various reports that the massive protest march by the Jats will affect the traffic movement in the city greatly," said a senior Gurugram Police official.
The Jats may have suspended their protest march to Delhi for some days. However, their agitation in the state has now entered its fifty-second day.
The Jats are demanding ten percent reservation in Haryana state under the OBC category.