To deal with these unexpected circumstances, the Khap Panchayat in Jaurasi-Fatehpur village near Tauru took the decision to lift the ban of marrying children from the same village. As a great move in this direction, they produced this proposal before the head of Gurgaon village though Jaurasi-Fatehpur village, which leads 12 villages.
As per a timesofIndia.com report ,"Jaurasi village, later extended and established as Fatehpur village, had brotherhood relations with Gurgaon village, Basai, Dhanwapur, Garauli Kalan, Garauli Khurd and Kadipur for over 600 years," said Atalvir Kataria, a panchayat leader. Marriages were not allowed among these villages. "The panchayat of 25 villages was held recently and it decided to lift the ban," Kataria said.
Raj Nirbhik, social worker told that it was decided to lift the ban with viewing the falling ratio of girl child in the state rapidly.
The majority of Jat families in the region preferred to marry their youth in and around Gurgaon district and avoided Rohtak, Jind, Sirsa and other districts. "People have relationships in Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh too, but Gurgaon, Jhajjar and Delhi are given preference," Nirbhik said.
In terms of sex ratio of 854 girls for 1000 boys, Gurgaon is considered among the worst districts in Haryana.
Therefore, Wazirpur and Bhora Kalan villages in Gurgaon were honored by the state government for the improved sex ratio of 1046 and 947. To encourage people working more on this matter, the panchayats of these villages were awarded with of Rs 100000 and 50000 respectively.