Shinde and Ajit groups face to face regarding Maratha reservation
The politics of Maharashtra has now become more heated regarding Maratha reservation. Now Shinde group and Ajit group have come face to face regarding this. Chhagan Bhujbal, a minister in the Maharashtra government and leader of the Ajit Pawar faction, opposed giving reservation to Marathas under the OBC category. He warned the government and said that it will not tolerate injustice towards OBCs. If necessary, we will fight even while being in the government.
On this statement of Chhagan Bhujbal, Maharashtra government minister and Shinde faction leader Sambhuraj Desai said that Chhagan Bhujbal should not make such a statement. His statement will create confusion in the minds of people in the state. Sambhuraj Desai said that Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has already clearly said that no one’s reservation will be snatched away and given to any other class.
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Chhagan Bhujbal is working to spread confusion
Shinde faction leader Sambhuraj Desai has condemned the role of Chhagan Bhujbal. He further said that Bhujbal Saheb has done the work of spreading confusion. The statement given by Bhujbal regarding reservation is 100 percent wrong. We are going to give reservation without touching OBC reservation. Bhujbal Saheb is giving such statements to take credit.
We will meet Ajit Pawar- Sambhuraj Desai
Sambhuraj Desai said that we will meet Ajit Pawar regarding Chhagan Bhujbal’s statement. He will be told that Ajit Pawar should explain to his ministers that they should not make any such statement, which could create confusion in the state. Desai said that attracting media attention by making provocative statements is an old habit of Bhujabal. I don’t know whether they are trying to create any atmosphere by making such a statement or not.
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OBC is not being targeted
Bhujbal Saheb should not create confusion. Saying something that isn’t going to happen and pretending that I stopped it. Pretending that I did everything right. If Bhujbal feels that OBC leaders will be targeted and attacked then he should meet the Home Minister and give detailed information. He is a senior leader of the state.