Maharashtra government’s big decision regarding Maratha reservation, CM Shinde accepts the demand – India TV Hindi

CM Eknath Shinde and Manoj Jarange Patil- India TV Hindi.

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CM Eknath Shinde and Manoj Jarange Patil

Maharashtra government has taken a big decision regarding Maratha reservation. The government has accepted the demand of Jarnge Patil. Ordinance regarding inclusion of name of next of kin in kinship certificate will be issued today. Jarange Patil’s main demand was that the wives of those who have kinbi certificates should also be given kinbi certificates. This decision has been taken in a meeting called at the Chief Minister’s residence.

Trying to stop Jaring from Mumbai

According to reports, the government has taken this decision to stop Jarang outside Mumbai. It is being told that the draft of the ordinance has been prepared and a copy of it will be provided to Manoj Jarange Patil soon.

Jarang gave this warning to the government.

Let us tell you that Manoj Jarange, the leader of the Maratha reservation movement, had on Friday said that he would not end his movement midway until the community gets reservation in government jobs and education, while Maharashtra’s Minister Deepak Kesarkar claimed that the demands of the workers have been accepted. Jaranj was addressing the protesters at Shivaji Chowk in neighboring Navi Mumbai’s Vashi area after meeting a government delegation. The activist said that the delegation has given him some documents on which he will discuss with his supporters and announce his future strategy.

The minister claimed to accept the demands.

He said that we will not withdraw from the movement until we get reservation. The government is trying to convince Jiranga not to go to Mumbai. State Education Minister Deepak Kesarkar told reporters that Jarang’s demands have been acknowledged and will be met as per official procedures. He said that so far 37 lakh kinbi certificates have been given and this number will go up to 50 lakh. Earlier, Jarang arrived in Navi Mumbai with thousands of supporters on Friday. Jarange and other activists demanding Maratha reservation reached the Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) on the outskirts of Mumbai on motorcycles, cars, jeeps, tempos and trucks around 5 am.

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