Minister On Ordinance Route For Maratha Quota


Balasaheb Thorat requested opposition events to not play politics on the problem (File)


Bringing an ordinance to present quota profit to the Maratha neighborhood is a authorized problem and the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities will have a look into it, stated Maharashtra minister and state Congress chief Balasaheb Thorat on Monday.

His feedback come within the wake of NCP chief Sharad Pawar final week suggesting the ordinance route after the Supreme Court docket, on Wednesday, stayed the implementation of a 2018 legislation granting reservation to the Maratha neighborhood in training and jobs within the state.

“It’s a authorized problem. We are going to test it,” Mr Thorat advised reporters, including the state authorities had approached the courtroom “well-prepared”.

The Supreme Court docket’s interim order of staying the implementation of the legislation is “incomprehensible”, he added.

“Our prayer was for referring the case to a bigger bench, how come such an order was handed? Therefore, we’re a bit involved,” he added.

He requested opposition events to not play politics on the problem and stated “we now have to win and provides justice to the neighborhood”.

He sidestepped a question on remarks made by actor Kangana Ranaut, solely stating “it isn’t good to talk a lot about it.