Maratha movement over: Fadnavis says – won’t withdraw cases of police killers – India TV Hindi

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Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis

The ongoing protests in Maharashtra over the Maratha movement have now come to an end. The Maharashtra government has issued an ordinance on Manoj Jarangay Patil accepting all his demands. After that, Manoj Jarange has announced to withdraw the movement. Devendra Fadnavis congratulated Jarange for withdrawing the Maratha movement and also said that the cases against those who killed the police and burnt houses will not be withdrawn.

“Kannabis will get certificates as per law”

In Nagpur, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that a solution to the ongoing movement has been found. The Chief Minister has taken a very good decision. Manoj Jarange Patil has also approved it. According to the law it is also valid to obtain a certificate for people who are part of the Maratha community and have entered it. They were not able to get the certificate, now they will get it easily and it is good that it will all be under the direction of the Supreme Court.

Cases against torturers will not be withdrawn.

Fadnavis added that the most important thing is that the Maharashtra government is not withdrawing any case against those who killed policemen or burnt someone’s house during the Maratha movement, there is no such proposal and neither has the Maharashtra government. Have you made a decision?

Fadnavis also spoke on CM Nitish Kumar.

Meanwhile, when Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was asked about Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, he said that the unity of India is falling apart from day one. I am watching the politics of Maharashtra, being the leader of Maharashtra, I will not be able to comment much on it (Bihar) today. Glad everyone has faith in Modiji’s leadership.

Jarang ended the hunger strike

Manoj Jarange, an activist demanding reservation for the Maratha community, ended his hunger strike after meeting Chief Minister Eknath Shinde in Navi Mumbai on Saturday. Jarang had started a hunger strike a day earlier regarding his demands. After being given juice by the Chief Minister, Jarang ended his indefinite hunger strike.

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