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Jaipur: Consensus was reached on many of the demands of the Gurjar Aarakshan Sangharsh samiti following which the community leaders announced to call-off their protest. After the meeting, Sports Minister Ashok Chandna and Gurjar leader Vijay Bainsla held a press conference and announced that the meeting ended on a positive note. The three-member committee of ministers constituted to assuage concerns of the Gurjars ahead of Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ reached the consensus. Alert after Bainsla’s warning to protest against Bharat Jodo Yatra in the state, the govt once again held talks with the community leaders today. In the first round, the representatives of Gurjar community got angry and walked out of the talks. However, in the second and third rounds of the meeting, most of the demands were met. A committee has been formed regarding the issue of 372 and 1250 posts which will give a report in a month. Vijay Bainsla said that the decision taken in the meeting for backlog, vacancy and promotions will benefit the future generations. “I am very happy with the decision taken for the welfare of the communities,” he said.