Manoj Jarange: ‘They’ have no right to talk about Maratha reservation. Shinde slams Uddhav Thackeray

Manoj Jarange Patil is on a fast unto death demanding Maratha reservation. Today (October 31) is the seventh day of the hunger strike. The agitation for Maratha reservation is becoming increasingly aggressive across Maharashtra. Manoj Jarange’s health has deteriorated since yesterday (October 30). Six times, a team of doctors came for a check-up. However, Manoj Jarange refused to seek treatment. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde commented on the current status of Maratha reservation. “Don’t undermine the way we protest in a disciplined manner. They should take care of their own health. The government is also concerned about that. When reporters asked about Uddhav Thackeray’s stand on Maratha reservation, he criticised Uddhav Thackeray. “They have no right to talk about Maratha reservation. We know how much empathy they have. They didn’t uphold it in the Supreme Court. People who demean the silent march of women of the Maratha community as a silent march have no right to say anything. Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray has written a letter to Manoj Jarange Patil, who is on a fast unto death for Maratha reservation.

On post on Facebook post letter “The political system here is terrible,” he says. All they want from you is vote in the election. Once they get it, they’ll forget all their promises. They have nothing to do with the demand you are demanding. I don’t think it’s right for you to risk your life for such liars and careless people. These people are very cruel. It doesn’t matter who went, who got hurt. You don’t risk your life for them. For this, it is very painful that the youth of the village are now committing suicide. It is very sad that such deep despair has spread through this movement. At the end of the letter, he says, “I request the Government of Maharashtra to hold a “special session” of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. Let everyone know what they have to say. Let everyone know which law and rules the government is going to put in and give this reservation. Through all this, then we should send a proposal from all over Maharashtra to the central government and ask them to find a way out. Until then, I request you to stop your fast. Raj Thackeray has requested Jarange Patil not to risk his life for this, insensitive government and stop his fast.


Cabinet meeting takes important decisions on reservation:

The following decisions were taken at a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde:

We will start the process of issuing Kunbi caste certificates to those with Kunbi records.

The Backward Classes Commission will also collect empirical data to examine the social and educational backwardness of the Maratha community.

Justice Dilip Bhosale presided over the function. The advisory board of Justices Maroti Gaikwad and Sandeep Shinde will guide the government in legal matters related to Maratha reservation.

According to the criteria of the State Disaster Response Fund, the limit of 3 hectares will be given to the victims of natural disasters instead of 2 hectares.

Establishment of ITI for scheduled caste boys and girls in Chembur.


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