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Static movement of Maratha agitators on Mumbai-Pune old highway

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26 July : Pune :- The movement of Maratha organizations in the state has been started for the third consecutive day on the demand for Maratha reservation, and on Thursday the agitations of the agitations of Maval, Sindhudurg and Solapur in Solapur came to an end. Maratha Kranti Morcha activists blocked traffic on the Mumbai-Pune old highway and blocked traffic on the highway. There is a shutdown call in Sindhudurg.

Maratha community should be given reservation and till the result of the reservation, the government has announced that the government should suspend the recruitment of 72 thousand people and other demands are underway in the state. On Monday, agitators took water from the agitation in Gangapur taluka of Aurangabad. On Tuesday, Maharashtra was closed and Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai closed the bandh on Wednesday.

On Thursday, the bandh call was given in some parts of the state. A bandi call was given at Maval, Sindhudurg, Barshi in Solapur, Yeola in Nashik. Activists at Mawal Somate, Kanhe Phata, Kamshet protested on the Mumbai-Pune highway. At Talegaon Dabhade, agitators blocked traffic on the nearly half an hour old highway. The protesters blocked the Bhusawal-Manmad Express at Malvi station. Around 15 minutes the protesters had to lay down their feet. The police finally removed the protesters and the railway traffic on this route was restored. On the back of the bandh in Maval taluka, the police have diverted the traffic from Pimpri-Chinchwad (Nigdi) to Bhakti Shakti Chowk and Lonavla.

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