Maratha reservation turns violent in Maharashtra, NCP MLA’s house set on fire, Prakash Solanke narrowly escapes

A big news is coming out from Beed, Maharashtra. Here Maratha reservation agitators vandalized the residence of NCP MLA Prakash Solanke and set it on fire. MLA Prakash Solanke’s reaction has come on the matter. He has said that I was inside my house when the attack took place. Fortunately, none of my family members or employees were injured. We are all safe but a fire caused huge damage to property.

CM Eknath Shinde’s statement has come to light on the attack on the Beed residence of NCP MLA Prakash Solanke by pro-Maratha reservation protesters in Maharashtra. He said that Manoj Jarange Patil (Maratha reservation activist) should pay attention to the fact where this protest is going. It should be stopped from going in the wrong direction.

What is the Home Ministry doing?

On the attack on NCP MLA Prakash Solanke’s Beed residence, NCP (Sharad Pawar faction) MP Supriya Sule said that this is the failure of the triple engine government in Maharashtra. Today an MLA’s house is burnt, what is the Home Ministry doing and what is the Home Minister doing? This is their responsibility.

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Manoj Jarange refused to get health checkup done

Meanwhile, social activist Manoj Jarange, who is on an indefinite fast in Maharashtra’s Jalna district demanding reservation for the Maratha community, has refused to undergo a health checkup. Acting Civil Surgeon of Jalna, Dr. Pratap Ghodke has given information in this regard. He said that not eating for a long time has increased the possibility of affecting his vital organs and health. Let us tell you that members of the Maratha community are protesting demanding reservation in government jobs and education under the Other Backward Class (OBC) category.

What was said by the Maharashtra government

It is noteworthy that the protest of the Maratha movement gained momentum when social workers Jarange sat on an indefinite fast from October 25 in Antarwali Sarati village in Jalna as part of the second phase of the protest. On his appeal, many villagers said that leaders of political parties are not being allowed entry into the village. Jarange has announced that if the state government fails to take action on the pending demands of the Maratha community, then protests with a fast unto death will be started across Maharashtra. Meanwhile, the Maharashtra government has clarified its position saying that it is committed to giving reservation to the Maratha community and there are some legal issues related to it.

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