Police have registered a case against Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla and 20 other unidentified people as the agitation by the members of the community, demanding five per cent reservation in government jobs, within the legal limit of 50 percent, entered the fourth day on Sunday.
As the agitation continues, said that protesters have blocked the NH11 highway.
The latest development comes a day after the meeting between representatives of the Gujjars and the Rajasthan government ended in a deadlock as the community leaders accused the government of not coming up with concrete proposal.
Meanwhile, police said that around 500-700 members of the community are present at the railway tracks near Bharatpur.
Train movement on the Delhi-Mumbai tracks was disrupted since Thursday evening when the Gujjars began their agitation. The agitation has resulted in cancellation and diversion of many trains passing through the route.
As the number of people on the track dwindled, Bainsla had asked the community members on Saturday evening to gather maximum people on the track to build pressure on the government.