After bringing the ‘Maximum city’ to its knees the Maratha community is all set to intensify its agitations if Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis doesn’t issue the ordinance for Maratha reservations. The Maratha community has warned that if the reservations are not issued the second round of agitations will start on August 8 more aggressively.
Sanjeev Bhor, Maratha leader from Ahmednagar told DNA, that the government should issue the ordinance immediately otherwise they will start the second round of agitations from August 8. “We had called off the strike on Wednesday it does not mean we are silenced. The community is agitated and they will start the second round of protest aggressively.”
The Maratha quota stir has shaken up the BJP-led Maharashtra government, and with seven MLAs already resigned in protest against the government for its failure to implement the Maratha reservations. These MLAs have decided to go along with the community sentiments. Not only this talks within the BJP has surfaced which hints towards replacing Fadnavis over the Maratha reservation issue.
Not only Maratha community is having sleepless night but even Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is facing opposition from his own party which is giving him sleepless and tensed nights.