Maratha Quota Activist Ends Fast With A 2-Month Deadline For Government

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  • Published On: November 02, 2023
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Maratha quota activist Manoj Jarange ended his indefinite fast after nine days on Thursday, but not before doubling down on the reservation issue and warning of a bigger agitation if no action was taken in two months on extending benefits in jobs and education to the community, keeping the Maharashtra government on its toes.

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