Immediate appointment will be given to 1064 candidates of Maratha community in selection list.- Chief Minister Eknath Shinde
In a meeting held in the presence of Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister discussion about various demands including Maratha reservation.
26 August .Mumbai, : Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said that 1064 candidates who are in the selection list of Maratha reservation will be given immediate appointment in the examination for various posts conducted by various departments of the state government.
Meeting was held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Eknath Shinde at Sahyadri guest house regarding Maratha reservation and other demands. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Revenue Minister Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil, Higher and Technical Education Minister Chandrakant Patil, Ports and Mines Minister Dadaji Bhuse, State Excise Minister Shambhuraj Desai, MLC Praveen Darekar, MLC Prasad Lad, MLA Shivendrasinharaje Bhosale, former MLA Arjun Khotkar were present in this meeting. , former MP Chhatrapati Sambhaji Raje Bhosle, former MLA Narendra Patil, Abasaheb Patil of Maratha Morcha, Maratha reservation activist Vinod Patil along with office bearers of Maratha Kranti Morcha, various organizations working for Maratha reservation and Maratha coordinators were present in the meeting.
Chief Minister Mr. Shinde said that generally 2185 candidates are going to join the government service with Maratha reservation. Out of these 419 candidates have joined government service while 1064 candidates will be started immediately to join various departments. An ordinance for making these appointments will be issued immediately. A special campaign will be conducted through the concerned Collectors, as well as the Departments for appointing the remaining 702 candidates.
We will empower Annasaheb Patil Economic Development Corporation and Sarathi these institutions next level.
The sub-committee to be formed in the coming years will try to solve all the problems related to Maratha reservation. Shri. Shinde said. A study will be conducted to present the state government’s side regarding Maratha reservation in the Supreme Court more
Sarathi organization will not be underfunded
– Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis
The Cabinet Sub-Committee on Maratha Reservation will take cognizance of all the problems and try to solve them. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis assured that Sarathi, an organization established for the Maratha community, will not be allowed to lose funds through the state government.
Revenue Minister Shri. Vikhe-Patil said, this government will try to present the position regarding Maratha reservation in the Supreme Court competently.
Higher and Technical Education Minister Shri. Patil said, while taking further action regarding giving Maratha reservation, the minister and secretary along with me will be present in the ministry from Monday to Wednesday from 4 to 6 pm to solve the problem.
Chief Secretary Manu Kumar Srivastava, Additional Chief Secretary of General Administration Department Nitin Gadre, Additional Chief Secretary of Revenue Department Dr. Nitin Karir, Additional Chief Secretary Rural Development Rajesh Kumar, Additional Chief Secretary Home Anand Limaye, Principal Secretary Energy Department Dinesh Waghmare, Secretary Social Justice and Special Assistance Department Sumant Bhange, Department of Law and Justice Satish Waghole, Secretary Mahavitaran Vijay Singhal along with Divisional Commissioners. Attended by television system.
At the beginning of the meeting, tributes were paid to former MLC Vinayak Mete, president of Shiv Sangram Party, who laid down his life for the Maratha community to get reservation. In this meeting, a detailed review of Sarathi organization was also taken.