The Maratha people group has proceeded with their challenge for reservation in government employments and training in Gangapur tehsil of Aurangabad region on Tuesday.
The protestors have likewise obstructed the Aurangabad-Pune interstate since yesterday, making it troublesome for the vehicles to go through.
The unsettling, turned disastrous on Monday after a protestor, Kakasaheb Shinde, an inhabitant of Kaygaon town hopped to his passing in Godavari waterway.
Following the demise of the adolescent, Maratha Kranti Morcha laborers vandalized a transport on the Aurangabad-Pune expressway and furthermore hindered the Mumbai-Pune thruway.
Yogesh Shirke, a protestor affirmed that the police incited the adolescent to make the extraordinary stride.
“When we came to take ‘Jal Samadhi’, the police began inciting us and tested us to take samadhi “in the event that we really have Maratha blood going through our veins”,” said Shirke.
He additionally debilitated that every one of them would take ‘Jal Samadhi’ if their requests are not met.
“Our siblings were doing a tranquil challenge as the administration hasn’t satisfied even a solitary of our 30 requests. Every one of us would take ‘Jal Samadhi’ if the Chief Minister (Devendra Fadnavis) does not answer and our requests are not met,” he included.
Another protestor said that the legislature isn’t taking their challenge or the Maratha reservation genuinely.
“The legislature didn’t consider a booking for Maratha people group important; I need the Chief Minister to leave,” said Ganesh Rao.
“The legislature has a fabulous time of these dissents,” said Gyaneshwar Balkrishna Rawande.
Other than booking for the Maratha people group, credit waiver, Kopardi assault, joblessness are a portion of alternate issues against which the network is dissenting.