Mobile and internet services were suspended by the Rohtak administration on 19 February following violent protests on Thursday by Jats in Haryana.
Jat groups have been demanding reservation in government jobs and educational institutions under the Other Backward Classes category.
Mobile internet services have been disabled in the district of Jhajjar, Panipat, Sonipat, Hisar, Rohtak, Jind and Bhiwani, says an Indian Expres report.
Visuals from All party meeting called by Haryana CM ML Khattar on Jat quota row. pic.twitter.com/tFqep0tUeC- ANI (@ANI_news) February 19, 2016
At the end of an emergency Cabinet meeting on 18 February - which was presided over by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar - state Agriculture minister OP Dhankar said: "An all-party meeting has been convened to discuss the demand of reservation by Jats."
He said that the Cabinet has appealed to the agitating Jats to call off their protests in the larger interest of the state.
Dhankar said, "The administration and police were fully alert to meet any eventuality and the government has kept all its options open to deal with the situation arising out of the ongoing protests."