Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday said that his government will provide reservation to Marthas in accordance with law.
After holding a meeting with state leaders from diverse sections, Fadnavis told the media that a joint statement has been signed to resolve the matter.
"A joint statement has been signed to give reservation to Marathas lawfully. State Government stands in absolute support for Maratha Reservation and we are following a requisite process to do it at the earliest," Fadnavis said.
The Maratha communities have been agitating across the state demanding reservation in government jobs and education.
The major demands of the communities are--- decision on the Maratha quota at the earliest, all cases against Maratha protesters be taken back, action against the officers responsible for firing and lathi charge during July 25 protest, resignation or sacking of ministers MLAs who gave irresponsible statements against Maratha community.
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