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Victims of violence want Army to stay

The residents of violence-hit Jhajjar district in Haryana on Saturday told a visiting Central minister that the Armed forces deployed in their area should continue to provide them security for several weeks more. The people told the minister of state for defence Rao Inderjeet Singh that they still feared for their security and had little trust left in the local police and civil administration after the trail of violence left by the Jat community’s agitation for reservations. The police and civil administration remained inactive during the nine days of violent Jat agitation despite several complaints and messages for help, they said. 
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