Maratha Reservation Bill unanimously passed, 10% reservation in jobs and education – India TV Hindi

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Eknath Shinde, Chief Minister, Maharashtra

Mumbai: The Maharashtra Assembly passed the Maratha Reservation Bill unanimously. In this, people from the Maratha community will get 10 percent reservation in government jobs and education. This bill was unanimously approved in a special session of the Assembly. As soon as the Maratha Reservation Bill was passed in the Assembly, people started celebrating. Outside the Maharashtra Assembly, people were also seen celebrating by beating drums. Leader of Opposition in Maharashtra Assembly Vijay Vidyatiwar said that opposition parties also share the same opinion that reservation should be given to the Maratha community.

We do not think on the basis of caste or religion

The 10 percent Maratha quota bill passed by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s coalition government on Tuesday is similar to the Socially and Educationally Backward Classes Act 2018 introduced by the then Devendra Fadnavis government. This is the third time in a decade that the state has legislated for Maratha quota. 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.

Manoj Jarange Patil is threatening.

Meanwhile, senior leader Chhagan Bhujbal said during the debate that he supports Maratha reservation but Manoj Jarange Patil is threatening every day that he will demolish it… he will demolish it… he should make such threats. have been. Bhujbal said that they are also threatening me and there is an atmosphere of fear. He alleged that Manoj Jarange Patil was also misbehaving with officers. You should take note of this. On this, Assembly Speaker Rahul Narvekar said that the government should take notice of this and take appropriate action.

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