Manoj Jarange is adamant on the deadline of 24th December?


Three maharashtra ministers met Manoj Jarange on thursday and sought more time to resolve the maratha reservation issue, but maratha reservation activists stuck to their deadline of december 24. Ministers Girish Mahajan, uday Samant and Sandipan Bhumre met Jarange at Antarwali Sarti village in Jalna district and urged him to give more time for the state to respond to his demand for reservation for Marathas in education and government jobs.

What did minister Girish Mahajan say?

Mahajan said he informed Jarange that chief minister Eknath Shinde had told the assembly that a special session of the state legislature would be held in february 2024 to provide reservation to Marathas, if necessary, after reviewing a report of the backward classes Commission. The session will be called. However, Mahajan said that Jarange insisted on issuing Kunbi (OBC) certificates on the basis of records. Mahajan said that the mother's record cannot be considered as per the law and said that Kunbi certificates are being issued to Marathas on the basis of the father's record.

What did Manoj Jarange say?

Jarange said he was confident that the government would be able to resolve the maratha reservation issue within the deadline set by him. He has said that if the state government fails to clarify its stand on making a law (for reservation) by december 24 and does not issue orders to the district magistrates to issue Kunbi (OBC) certificates to all Marathas, the members of the community will Will start protesting. Jarange said that he will not give more time to the government. He also alleged that some government officials were adopting a “biased” approach despite finding “relevant records in 64 villages”.

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