Maharashtra MPs ought to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and lift the problems of incorporating into the state areas in Karnataka the place Marathi-speaking individuals are in majority and likewise the Maratha quota, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray stated on Thursday.
Mr Thackeray made the strategies to all-party MPs throughout a gathering he held in Mumbai forward of Parliaments price range session which begins on January 29.
Addressing reporters after the assembly, the chief minister stated he urged the Parliamentarians to lift the problems in regards to the state earlier than the Centre protecting apart political variations.
The assembly held on the Sahyadri Visitor Home in Mumbai was additionally attended by Union Minister of State for Social Justice Ramdas Athawale, Maharashtra ministers Eknath Shinde, Ashok Chavan, Jayant Patil, Subhash Desai and others.
I informed them (MPs) what are the states expectations from them and points they need to elevate in Delhi. Just like the one in all Maratha quota.
“All of the MPs ought to come collectively and meet the prime minister on the problem, Mr Thackeray informed reporters after the assembly.
The MPs ought to meet the prime minister additionally on the problem of Karnataka-occupied areas and the long-standing demand of the folks there to be included in Maharashtra, Mr Thackeray stated.
Maharashtra claims sure areas, together with Belgaum, Karwar and Nippani that are a part of Karnataka, contending nearly all of inhabitants there’s Marathi-speaking.
Mr Thackeray stated he requested the MPs to comply with up with the Centre on the problem of sharing Maharashtras pending GST share dues as effectively.
The Chief Minister stated division and subject-wise committees of MPs will probably be shaped to comply with up with the problems they elevate with the state authorities.
The Maratha quota difficulty is pending within the Supreme Court docket the place constitutional validity of the 2018 reservation legislation has been challenged.
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