New Delhi: With the day-to-day life limping back to normalcy in Haryana, supply of fuel and cooking gas returned to normal as agitators unblocked all the major roads including NH1 and NH10 and railway tracks.
Fuel supplies returned to normal in most cities except Sonipat, Hissar and Bhiwani, which were the epicenter of the stir.
According to reports, the government has sent 12 trucks each of fuel and LPG to Rohtak, which saw major destruction in terms of lives and property.
Meanwhile, curfew has been lifted in Rohtak and Sonipat. However, Sonipat Deputy Commissioner Rajiv Rattan has ordered to keep all government and non-government educational institutions closed till tomorrow.
Sirsa Deputy Commissioner has also announced to keep government and private educational institutions closed.
The five-member committee set up by BJP to look into the Jat quota demand held its second meeting in the national capital on Tuesday. Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar was also present in the meeting. The committee headed by Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu took stock of the situation and discussed how to move forward in the matter.