Maratha Reservation: CM Fadnavis questions opposition’s intent; Remains adamant to bring reservation bill

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has rejected the demands made by the opposition parties and leaders regarding the Maratha reservation report

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Since the first day of the Maharashtra Assembly winter session, both the houses have been under huge chaos over the reservation issues. On the fifth day, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis aggressively lashed out at the opposition in the house and said that the state government is determined to bring the Maratha reservation bill. 

CM Fadnavis said that the opposition is dividing the society and has a wrong mentality. During the meet on Tuesday with all the opposition parties, there was no outcome and including Maharashtra government, the opposition remained adamant towards their demands. 

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Maharashtra government has announced that it will introduce the Maratha reservation bill in both the houses on November 29. However, the opposition is firm on their demand that the state government should present the State Backward Class Commission report on the same. This has triggered chaos in the Maharashtra Assembly. 

CM Fadnavis targeted the opposition saying that they have wrong intentions regarding the government providing reservation to Maratha community. Fadnavis rejected the demands made by the opposition.  

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