Reservation for Muslims in Uddhav government! Is Shiv Sena changing its agenda?
Reservation for Muslims in Uddhav government! Is Shiv Sena changing its agenda?

Mumbai: Amid the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in the country, the Maharashtra government had made it clear that it would not bring a bill in the Assembly against this law. On the one hand, the Congress-ruled Rajasthan and other states are being passed and passed a bill against this law, on the other hand, after the 'no' of the Maharashtra government with its alliance, there is now talk of reservation for Muslims in the state. 

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If sources are to be believed, reservation in jobs and promotions for Muslims is on the agenda of Shiv Sena-led Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government. Sources have claimed that this issue was also discussed in the last meeting of the Uddhav cabinet. In the cabinet meeting held on Wednesday, it was discussed in detail what steps can be taken for this. It is noteworthy that before the year 2014 when the Congress and NCP were in the government in the state, the provision for reservation of 16 percent for Marathas and 5 percent for Muslims was made by bringing an ordinance.

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But after this elections were held, then the BJP and Shiv Sena coalition government came to power. The new government retained Maratha reservation, but no decision was taken on reservation for Muslims. This ordinance lapsed. The Shiv Sena was then a partner in power with the BJP when the ordinance for Muslim reservation lapsed. However, after this, Shiv Sena chanted Muslim reservation several times in the past.

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