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Reservations for Marathas being ‘deliberately delayed’ in Maharashtra, claims BJP MP Udayanraje Bhosale

Mumbai: NCP chief turned BJP Rajya Sabha MP Udayanraje Bhosale on Sunday said the difficulty of reservations for the Maratha community in Maharashtra became once being delayed deliberately and asked folks to search for solutions from these guilty.

Talking to newshounds, Bhosale said Maratha quota became once no longer notorious even on the time of the implementation of the Mandal Commission tale because the celebration which ruled the remark at some stage in that duration (in 1990) no longer notorious issues of the community.

NCP chief Sharad Pawar became once the Congress chief minister of Maharashtra on the time.

“All communities, other than Marathas, got reservations below Mandal Commission. The oldsters you trusted and voted for will pull you down,” Bhosale said.

He also hit out on the Uddhav Thackeray dispensation for “no longer taking the difficulty forward” and claimed “the remark govt lawyer” missed a listening to of the quota effort in the Supreme Court, adding that the “community will react to such systems”.

He praised outmoded CM and BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis and said the latter “took the initiative and enacted a legislation to give Marathas reservations”.

Bhosale said Maharashtra Public Companies and products Commission (MPSC) checks wishes to be performed now by defending apart seats that might be a part of the Maratha quota because the difficulty became once now being heard in the apex court docket.

The SC recently stayed the implementation of the 2018 legislation granting reservation to Marathas in jobs and training and referred the matter to a elevated Constitution bench.

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