Maratha reservation : Backward commission to submit report by Nov 15

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Mumbai: The Backward Class Commission, set up to verify the financial and social status of the Maratha community for the reservation, will submit its final report to the Bombay High Court till November 15. Hearing on the Maratha Reservation took place on Tuesday. During this hearing, the backward class commission submitted its progress report in the High Court regarding Maratha reservation. The Commission gave the information regarding submission of the final report till November 15.
Meanwhile, the High Court directed to submit the progress report of the work within four weeks. Vinod Patil had filed a writ petition for fixing the deadline for the Commission. Vinod Patil has demanded that Maratha reservation be decided before the beginning of the new academic year. The court ordered the state government to do it as soon as possible. In the last two years, the Maratha community has organized large-scale agitations and demonstrations.
Do not indulge in violence – High Court
There was a violent protest of the movement in August. The High Court said that it police should take serious note of it and make sure that violence is not repeated.
“Suicides committed for the Maratha reservation are serious. The movement is not right when the matter is sub judice. The current situation is sensitive. We have taken notice. The State Government and the Backward Class Commission are completing the legal process. It should be noted by the community. We believe that the agitators will not take law into their hands. So do not take extreme steps like violence and suicide. Suicides caused by some protesters are serious. The court has appealed that life is precious and do not destroy it in such a way.
These are the demands of the Maratha community
1. Reservation of Maratha community
2. Implement the declared schemes
3. Maratha community must get reservation according to the legal provisions.
4. Misuse of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocity) Act, should be stopped.
5. Waive farmers loan to prevent suicides. Implement recommendations of Swaminathan Commission.
6. Enhance of Annasaheb Patil Financial Development Corporation with full capacity.
7. For the overall development of the Maratha community, the government should start the Shahu Maharaj Research Training and Human Development Organization (SARTHI) Autonomous Institution immediately.
8. Immediately starting Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s great memorial at Mumbai. Take immediate action for the development of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s gadkot. To commence the work of Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj’s international memorial at Shahu Mill Kolhapur.
9. Government land should be given for Maratha Bhavan in every district.
10. Start the process of creating a hostel for 500 students declared by the Government for Maratha students in every district. In the same way, instructing the district council and local municipal corporation to build a similar hostel for such students who are marginal farmers families, various project affected families etc.
11.Receipt of concession for students of Maratha family with income of less than Rs 6 lakh. On the demand of Maratha Kranti Morcha, the financial limit of EBC scheme has been increased from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 6 lakh. To expand the scheme, amendments in some of these terms, expand the scheme. To get funds from the central government for this. Resolve questions like exam competition students, domicile certificate etc. However, the question of Maratha community can not be solved. Like SC students, Maratha students should get concessions for them.