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Maharashtra: Union minister Athawale requires caste-based census

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Palghar: Union minister Ramdas Athawale has referred to as for a caste-based census within the nation, however mentioned his demand is just not geared toward giving rise to casteism.

Addressing tribals at Vikramgad in Maharashtra’s Palghar district on Saturday, the minister of state for social justice and empowerment additionally demanded that Marathas be given reservation and not using a disturbing quota for different castes and communities.

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The Supreme Courtroom final yr stayed the implementation of the 2018 Maharashtra regulation granting reservation to Marathas in schooling and jobs however made it clear that the standing of those that have availed of the advantages won’t be disturbed.

“The following census must also embody information concerning numerous castes so that folks know the place they stand within the whole inhabitants. This isn’t geared toward giving rise to casteism,” the Republican Occasion of India (A) chief mentioned.

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He additional mentioned his celebration will perform an all India agitation on the headquarters of assorted states and districts on February 25 to demand 5 acres of land for individuals who do not need any supply of earnings, to allow them to earn their livelihood.

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