Rajasthan violence leaves one dead and five injured.

The man succumbed to injuries die, the state seeks RAF from the center.

The violence took place in Rajasthan's Udaipur, in Kherwara town on Saturday, sometime in the evening causing death and at least five injured.

According to the officials, the riot took place when the protestors protested against the vacant seats for teachers' recruitment which caused enough property losses damaging many vehicles. The police had to fire rubber bullets to control the situation.

The center employed Rapid action force (RAF) personnel after three days of protests in the southern parts of Rajasthan to let the situation in control.

The violence took place on Thursday across the districts when the teachers'recruitment examination-2018 candidates blocked Udaipur-Ahmedabad highway and caused damaged to the police while pelting stones with the demand of filling of 1,167 general vacant posts with scheduled tribe (ST) candidates.

The state government on Saturday rushed three senior police personnel – director-general of police (DGP) (crime) ML Lathar; Jaipur police commissioner Anand Shrivastwa; and additional director-general of police (ADG), anti-corruption bureau (ACB), Dinesh MN – to Udaipur to bring the situation under control.

The Rajasthan's Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has appealed to the protestors to stay calm and claimed that their legitimate demands will be considered. Governor Kalraj Mishra spoke to Gehlot on phone in Jaipur and called principal secretary (home) Abhay Kumar and ADG (law and order) Saurabh Srivastava at Raj Bhawan, directing them to control the situation, it said.

On Saturday, former Udaipur MP Raghuveer Meena and other public representatives of the Dungarpur district met a delegation of the agitating candidates to resolve and reconsider the matter.

“We have appealed the agitators to end the violence while assuring them that the government will do what is legitimate to meet their demand. The meeting was held in a positive manner,” Meena told news agency PTI.

Section 144 (prohibition of the gathering of more than 5 people) and the internet cut was applied to districts- Dungarpur, Udaipur, Banswara, and Pratap Garh of southern Rajasthan to condemn any further inconvenience.

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