‘Man of Words’, they say..! Tweetaraties extol BJP in MH, marking a historic victory to the Marathas over reservations

Fighting the unease and guilt that unknowingly came his way amid the Maratha Reservations in the state, Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis has proved himself to be the ‘Man of words’..! Marking a historic victory to the Maratha community, the Bombay High Court on Thursday, rejected petitions challenging 16% Maratha reservation in jobs and education.

With this unprecedented decision and successful implementation there of, CM Fadnavis has made each and every Maratha feel proud for the promise fulfilled.

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Finally calling it a government of the people, for the people and by the people, the State in all has started singing laurels for the BJP reigns in the state saying that they now fully trust the party’s leadership and management.

A division bench of Justices Bharati Dangre and Ranjit More refused to quash the Maharashtra State Reservation for seats for admission in educational institutions in the State and for appointments in the public services and posts under the State for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes.

Welcoming the verdict, CM Fadnavis said in the Assembly, “The court has upheld the extraordinary and exceptional circumstances mentioned in the report to provide quota to Marathas, due to which the reservation quantum in the State has crossed 50%.”

Making the hashtag ‘#DevendraRealMaratha’ viral over the social media, the tweetaries have moved celebrating the decision hailing ‘New India’ and its missions abide. “New India has moved one step more to deliver Reservations and this time to Maratha Reservation implemented through legal process”, they said.

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“The Chief Minister has proved to be a real Maratha, handling the agitation peacefully. He made sure the cause was won through legal process only and people got it right what they deserved”, they further said adding that the previous Congress led governments headed by Ashok Chavan, Vilasrao Deshmukh, Prithviraj Chavan or Sharad Pawar had miserably failed in relation.

In the 487-page judgment, the Bench noted, “We hold and declare that the report of the Gaikwad Commission has set out the exceptional circumstances and extra-ordinary situations justifying crossing of the limit of 50% reservation as set out in the Indra Sawhney case.”

The court further recorded, “The 50% limit of reservation can be crossed subject to availability of quantifiable and contemporaneous data reflecting backwardness, inadequacy of representation and without affecting the efficiency in administration.”


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