Quota On The Way, Assures Devendra Fadnavis, But Marathas Not Impressed | Read

PUBLISHED ON: November 15, 2018 | Duration: 2 min, 38 sec

  
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Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said that his government will come through on its promise to provide reservations in jobs and education to the Maratha community as early as next month. "You should get ready to celebrate on December 1. There is no need to agitate anymore," he assured, hours after the Maharashtra State Backward Class Commission submitted a report on whether the Maratha community in the state is in need of reservation. According to sources, the report claims that 25 per cent of the state's 32 per cent Maratha population fulfils the criteria for backwardness. The state government said it will take 15 days to study the report, after which it would be cleared in the winter session of the state assembly.
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