Will agitate on December 1 instead of celebrating: Maratha Kranti Morcha

Maharashtra Assembly winter session won’t be functional until November 26 and the Maratha community is doubtful regarding the implementation of reservation quota

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Although Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has asked the Maratha community to prepare for celebrations on December 1 after the State Backward Class Commission submitted its report on the Maratha reservation. However, the Maratha community is still doubtful because nothing substantial has been done regarding the same.

While talking to Mumbai Live, Maratha Kranti Thok Morcha coordinator Aaba Patil said that they demanded the state government to resolve reservation issue till November 30 and if that doesn’t happen, the Maratha community will agitate on December 1 instead of celebration.

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Criticising Maharashtra government, Patil said that the government might seem positive regarding the reservation issue but there is no clarity on how and when will the implementation be done. Patil further informed that they had arranged for a meeting with the MLAs from every party to discuss the commission’s report but the meet has been postponed to November 27. 

Earlier on Thursday night, Maharashtra government announced the formation of a sub-committee under the leadership of State Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil. The sub-committee is formed to process the recommendations of the backward class commission’s report as law. 

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