29 July :-The Backward Class Commission has been examining all the issues for reservation to the Maratha community. The commission will come up in a month. After examining all statutory issues related to the reservation, it will be discussed in the House. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has appealed to the people to keep silence in the state. This discussion took place in a meeting with representatives of Marathi protesters. This meeting was held in the presence of Chief Minister Narayan Rane. However, the names of the representatives of the Maratha community present for the discussion could not be known.
The Chief Minister said that only after arrangements have been made that the youth in the Maratha community will not get injustice, the mega recruitment will be done only. Therefore, they should not worry about the recruitment. At the same time, during the Maratha agitation, all types of cases will be withdrawn with the 307 students admitted. He, however, clarified that the criminals on those who are clearly seen in the video are not behind any such situation.
In addition to this, many complaints have been received by the government for the movement of some suspected people. Intruders will be checked for taking serious note of these complaints. During the agitation, the death of a young man named Kakasaheb is durbed and the youth should not do such things, the Chief Minister has appealed to the coordinators to take this responsibility and make efforts to make peace in the state.
The Chief Minister further said that the MLAs of the Maratha community have given resignations over the issue of reservation. We have also talked to them. You have to give reservation to the community by voting for all. This will not be possible by resigning. So we should vote in favor of the house in the house, appealing to them.