Attempts to burn people alive in the name of movement, Fadnavis warned.

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Fadnavis issued a warning.

The fire of the ongoing movement for the Maratha movement is slowly spreading throughout Maharashtra. Several government offices and houses of leaders in the state have been set on fire by angry protesters. Along with this, the violent movement is also affecting the transportation facilities of people coming to Maharashtra from other states. Now Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has given a stern warning about the violence taking place in the name of reservation in the state.

Violence will not be tolerated – Fadnavis

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has issued a statement on the ongoing violence in the state. Fadnavis said that the incident that happened yesterday in Bed cannot be supported. The government is very positive about giving reservation to Marathas and even today some decisions have been taken in this regard. But some people are trying to spread violence. Fadnavis said that violence will not be tolerated and strict action will be taken against those involved in it. Fadnavis said that he had found many CCTV footages of people being tried to be burnt alive. Some of the accused have been identified. Action will be taken against such people under Section 307 of IPC.

There will be a party meeting tomorrow.

Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde has called an all-party meeting in Mumbai on Wednesday on the issue of Maratha reservation. All political parties have been called to attend at Sahyadri Guest House at 10:30 am. On the other hand, Shinde has also spoken on phone to Manoj Jarangay Patil who is on hunger strike for Maratha reservation. The Chief Minister inquired about the health of Manoj Jarange Patil and assured to fulfill his demands.

Bus service was stopped on these routes.

The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has suspended buses from Bengaluru to Shirdi, Mumbai and Pune due to the ongoing Maratha reservation protests in Maharashtra. Let me tell you that earlier there were reports that a bus going from Bidar in Karnataka to Pune was set on fire by angry people in Osmanabad in Maharashtra. However, no passenger was harmed in this incident.

Curfew in these districts

Amid the ongoing violence in Maharashtra, Section 144 (2) (curfew) has also been imposed in Dharashiv (Osmanabad) of the state. A curfew has been imposed in the district following widespread vandalism by the agitators. This curfew will be in force from October 30 till further orders. Earlier curfew was imposed in Bed district. After the violence in the Maratha movement, the Maharashtra police have increased the security of the NCP leaders. Security has also been beefed up at the new NCP (Ajit Pawar faction) office in front of the ministry in Mumbai. Apart from this, police arrangements have also been deployed on the roads around the Chief Minister’s bungalow.

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