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Nagpur, Dec 20 – Chief Minister Eknath Shinde addressed both houses of the Maharashtra Legislature on Tuesday, revealing plans for a special session in February 2024 to deliberate on the Maratha reservation issue. The session will follow the submission of the State Backward Classes Commission’s report.

During discussions in the Assembly and Legislative Council, Shinde assured that Maratha community reservation would be granted without disturbing the reservation of other communities. Emphasizing fairness, he pledged to provide sustainable reservation within the legal framework, ensuring the rights of the OBC community.

Shinde unequivocally stated the government’s commitment to achieving Maratha reservation, expressing readiness to take necessary actions. He appealed to protesters, urging faith in the government’s efforts and cooperation in maintaining law and order.

The Chief Minister stressed the importance of peace, law, and order, calling for harmony in society. He encouraged dialogue to resolve issues, emphasizing that proper discussion could lead to solutions for all problems.