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Jhajjar Police

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Jhajjar at a Glance

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ABOUT US

Jhajjar is a District brought on the map of Haryana on July 15,1997. The town has beautiful monuments on the Eastern Side on the Delhi Road. These monuments are constructed in Pathan style with little variation.

                        It is a city of medieval age. According to hearsay, the town of Jhajjar was founded 1300 years ago. However, it has never been a familiar name in history. Ferozshah Tuglaq (1351-88) is said to have dug a Canal from Sutluj to this town. The Akbar Nama and the Ain-i-Akbar record that Akbar (1556-1605) stayed at Jhajjar when his regent Bairam Khan dispatched the royal insignia and presents for the emperor. It seems that during Akbar’s time it earned some prestige, evidenced by a group of tombs on the Delhi Road.  Suraj Mal the Jat Chieftain of Bharatpur (1756-63) snatched it from the Nawabs of Farrukh Nagar. After wards, it fell into the hands of Walter Reinhardt, the husband of Sumru–Begum. The East India Company awarded Nawab Jijabat Khan the principality of Jhajjar in recognition of his services during the war of 1803 against Jaswant Rao Holker. The State was confiscated in 1857 from Abdur-Rahman Khan, whose role during the freedom movement was suspected in the eyes of the British’s.  For a short time it housed the head quarters of a district of the same name but the office was abolished in 1860.  The first tomb from east is the most imposing because of its high platform approached by a flight of steps. An epigraph records that it was constructed by Kalal Khan in Hijri 1009 i.e. the year 1600. The second tomb is a fine structure on an octagonal plan upon a two-meter high terrace. There are other four tombs constructed in 1596-97. Architecturally, the tombs fall in the group of the Pathan Mausoleum. The whole impact is of modesty and rhythmic elegance. Thus, they stand out as class of their own. The verse engraved on all the walls of the first tomb purports to say that “ All man’s wordily desires and hopes lead him no where but to the dust”. This is an appropriate epitaph on the age of the maranders, free booters and soldiers of the feudal period.

                        Jhajjar should be called a city of temples and masjids. On the North East End of the city, there is a great and beautiful temple of Baba Parshad Giriji. It is said that the “Baba” brought back to life, a dead person by sacrificing his own life. He himself took “Samadhi” enchanting the name of Almighty God. There is another temple in the middle of the city, the temple of Baba Kashigiriji. He is mainly, the god of a special class of the society as it is believed that he saved them from the religious blind people in Pakistan. He carried a “Danda” in his hand and punishes the bad people. This temple is situated in an old Mashed. At a short distance from the temple, there is a huge and beautiful Masjid. It is perhaps the highest point of the city and therefore it can be seen from any part of the city. On the West foot of the city, there is a clock tower.

                        When we go outside the city in the west direction, we see a great old known as Nawab ‘s residence.   Nawab of Jhajjar, Abdur-Rahman-Khan used to stay in this building.. Now SDM’s and D.S.P’s residences are there. Another Masjid near to this place now has turned into a club.  A big playground, which has been named as Stadium is faced by “JahanAraBagh. On the South West End of the city, there is a habituated part of the City called Chhawani (Cantt). It was at that time, the cantonment of Nawab.

                        By the treaty of Surjit Arjungaon signed on December 30,1803 the Rohtak area alongwith the other possession of Sindhia situated to the west of the Yamuna passed to the British and came under the administration of the North Western Provinces. The British had no intention at the time to hold large territories beyond the Yamuna. Accordingly a number of chiefs and leaders who had done good military services against the marathas or had at least remained neutral were settled in District Rohtak to form a barrier of independence out post between the British Border and the Cis/Satluj Sikh estates as well as the Trans- satuluj rising kingdom of Ranjit Singh. Accordingly, Jhajjar territory was given to Nawab Nijabat Ali Khan and the old Baluch possession at Bahadurgarh to his brother Nawab Ismail Khan.. The Rohtak, Beri and meham tehsils forming the west of the present district were given to the Nawab of Dujana who regime the major portion of the gift in 1809, because it was beyond his power to manage it. Bahadurgarh territory formed Rohtak is eastern and Jhajjar its southern boundary until 1832. The whole area including Rohtak was under the Resident of Delhi but at the later stage it was brought under the same regulations as the rest of North India, the Resident become Commissioner.  Rohtak District was abolished in 1841. However, after a lapse of one year of the abolition of District Rohtak it was created again. The two district of Rohtak and Jhajjar together with the rest of the Delhi and Hissar Division were detached from North Western Provinces after 1857 and passed to the Punjab by the Government of India’s notification No. 606 dated 13.04.1958.  In 1946, Dujana Estate was merged in Jhajjar Tehsil and a new Sub Tehsil of Nahar was created. At present District Jhajjar is divided into two tehsils Jhajjar and Bahadurgarh. There are six Police Stations for the maintenance of law and order and to maintain traffic control.

 

List of Police Station 

 

(a) PS City Bahadurgarh

(b) PS Sadar. Bahadurgarh

 

(c) PS Linepar Bahadurgarh

 

(d) PS Jhajjar

(e) PS Salhawas

(f) PS Beri 

(g) PS  Women Jhajjar

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