Unanimous resolution in all-party meeting on Maratha reservation

Mumbai 1 Nov : Everyone is unanimous about giving reservation to the Maratha community and all the parties in the state are ready to work together to give lasting reservation only after completing the legal matters. However, an appeal was made in the all-party meeting held at Sahyadri Guest House today that no one should take the law into their hands and maintain peace and law and order in the state. Also, all these efforts were fasted by Shri. A resolution was passed in the all-party meeting appealing to Manoj Jarange Patil to cooperate and withdraw his fast. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde presided over the meeting.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, former Chief Minister, senior leader MP Sharad Pawar, former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, Minister Sarveshree Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil, Chandrakant Patil, Chhagan Bhujbal, Dilip Valse-Patil, Girish Mahajan, Dadaji Bhuse, Leader of the Opposition in Legislative Council Ambadas Danve, members of the Legislative Assembly. Leader of Opposition Vijay Wadettiwar, invitees of various parties Sarvashree Jayant Patil, Nana Patole, Sunil Tatkare, Anil Parab, Sunil Prabhu, Ashish Shelar, Rajesh Tope, Sadabhau Khot, Jogendra Kawade, Sulekha Kumbhare, Bachchu Kadu, Jayant Patil of Shekap, Raju Patil, Kapil Patil, Sadabhau Khot, Rajendra Gavai, Dr. Prashant Ingle, Kumar Sushil, Balkrishna Lengre, etc. were present. Besides, Chief Secretary Manoj Saunik, Advocate General Birendra Saraf, Social Justice Secretary Sumant Bhange, other senior officers were present.

The resolution further stated that legal proceedings regarding Maratha reservation should be taken as soon as possible. However, the protestors should also understand that it is necessary to give him the necessary time. The incidents of violence that have happened and are happening in the state are unacceptable and we strongly disapprove of it. An appeal has also been made that no one should take the law into their hands, peace and law and order should be maintained in the state.

Implementation of Kunbi certificates started immediately – Chief Minister Shri. Shinde
On this occasion Chief Minister Shri. Shinde informed about the decisions taken regarding Maratha reservation in the cabinet meeting. He said that the government is giving priority to maintaining law and order and it is important to maintain the culture of reconciliation between castes in Maharashtra. The aim of all of us is to give reservation to the Maratha community, and all party organizations should explain this to their workers in their respective areas. On the one hand we are strongly presenting the role of the state government through the curative petition in the Supreme Court. Take it for that. An advisory board has been appointed under the chairmanship of Dilip Bhosle. On the other hand, we have also directed the Backward Classes Commission to collect new empirical data.

It will remove the previous mistakes and give lasting reservation
The Maratha Reservation was struck down by the Supreme Court earlier on the grounds and errors, as well as the observations recorded. Full care will be taken to ensure that those errors will not occur while collecting new data. With these steps, it is certain that the Maratha community will be able to get such a reservation that will hold up in court. After yesterday’s cabinet meeting, a government order in this regard has been issued and all Collectors, Tehsildars have been directed to issue certificates to those who have Kunbi records through the VC. It has been directed to translate the documents in Modi script and Urdu language, digitize them and bring them in public domain and issue Kunbi caste certificate based on them.

On this occasion Deputy Chief Minister Shri. Fadnavis also said that all-out steps will be taken to prove the backwardness of the Maratha community through the judicial process and that error-free, complete data will be collected through the State Backward Classes Commission within the prescribed period.

On this occasion, Advocate General Birendra Saraf also gave information about the court proceedings. Initially the Secretary of Social Justice Department Shri. Taken by Bhange. Sandeep Shinde informed about the action taken till date by the committee. He also said that instructions have been given to the Collector and all Tehsildars to issue certificates to those who have Kunbi records.

In the meeting, the Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council Shri. Danve, Leader of Opposition in Legislative Assembly Mr. Wadettiwar as well as representatives of other parties present presented their suggestions.

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