Even after the announcement of Maratha reservation, Manoj Jarange will not end his hunger strike, he explained the reason – India TV Hindi

Jarange's hunger strike continues.- India TV Hindi

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Jarang’s hunger strike continues.

The Maratha Reservation Bill was unanimously passed in the Maharashtra Assembly on Tuesday. Let me tell you that now the people of Maratha community in Maharashtra will get 10% reservation in government jobs and education. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said in the Assembly that I am the Chief Minister of the state and work with the blessings of all. We do not think on the basis of caste or religion. Our Prime Minister always says Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas. However, Maratha Reservation Movement chief Manoj Jarangay Patil welcomed the decision but refused to end his strike. He has also explained the reason for this decision.

Reservations are not on demand.

Manoj Jarange Patil welcomed the reservation bill introduced and passed in the Maharashtra Assembly on Tuesday, but argued that the reservation proposed was not in line with the community’s demand. Jarange said that we want reservation which we are entitled to. Give reservation under OBC to those whose family status has been proved. And pass a ‘sage soire’ law for those who don’t have proof of kinship.

Jarang has called a meeting tomorrow.

Manoj Jarange Patil has called a meeting of the Maratha community on Wednesday at 12 noon. He said that I appeal to as many people as possible to reach Antarwali Sarati for the meeting. I stand by my demand to implement Sage Sour. He said that I welcome the reservation but the reservation given is not as per our demand. He said that the reservation given by the government will benefit only 100-150 Maratha people, our people will be deprived of reservation. That is why I am calling for the implementation of Sage Sour. He said that the next agitation will be announced tomorrow.

Its aim is to help the Maratha community – CM Shinde

In the special session of the assembly, state CM Eknath Shinde said that the purpose of this session is to help the Maratha community. He said that we want to give reservation to the Maratha community without touching the existing quota of OBCs in the state. The Bill states that Marathas constitute 28% of the total population of Maharashtra. It said that a large number of castes and groups are already in the reserved category, which together are getting about 52 per cent reservation. It said that it would be grossly unfair to place the Maratha community in the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category.

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