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Will the demand for Maratha reservation intensify again before the Maharashtra assembly elections? A person committed suicide by live on Facebook

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Ahead of the Maharashtra assembly elections, the demand for Maratha reservation may heat up the politics of the state again. On Wednesday, a 38-year-old man allegedly committed suicide in Pune district demanding Maratha reservation. He organized a Facebook Live session and demanded reservation for the Marathas and then committed suicide. The body of deceased Prasad Dethe was found hanging from an iron rod on a truck in Lonikand area early in the morning. A police officer said that a suicide note was found on his body.

In a handwritten note, Dethe advocated inclusion of the Maratha community in the OBC category for the benefits of reservation, which Maratha activist Manoj Jarang has been agitating for.

In the note, Jarange was requested to continue their agitation till they get reservation. It also appealed to leading political figures like Pankaja Munde and Chhagan Bhujbal to support Maratha quota rights, the official said. Before taking this step, Dethe held a ‘Facebook Live’ session and spoke in detail on the quota issue.

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Dethe was employed as a security guard in a private company. He is survived by his wife and three children. The Maratha community, led by Jarange, is demanding quota under the OBC group in government jobs and education.

Meanwhile, Manoj Jarange has said that the Maratha community will take to the streets in large numbers demanding reservation. Manoj Jarang Patil said that the Maratha community will hold a rally demanding Maratha reservation. Jarange said that they will hold rallies on July 6 in Hingoli, July 7 in Parbhani, July 8 in Nanded, July 9 in Latur, July 10 in Dharshiv, July 11 in Beed and July 12 in Jalna on the demand for Maratha reservation. July.

The demand for Maratha reservation in the state has become fierce again

He said that we will not do politics. But we are going to field candidates for 288 seats. I took information from 24 places. In the second phase, we will collect data from 83 locations in North Maharashtra, Marathwada, West Maharashtra, Mumbai, Vidarbha. Manoj Jarange Patil also said that we are going to field candidates in 288 seats step by step.

In February this year, the state government, during a special legislative session, approved a bill to grant 10 percent reservation to Marathas based on a report submitted by the Maharashtra Backward Classes Commission (MBCC).

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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