Mumbai:Maharashtra State Chief minister Eknath Shinde said has that a task force will be constituted for the legal battle to present a case for reservation of Maratha community in the Supreme Court more strongly.
Shinde was speaking in a comprehensive meeting which was held at Sahyadri State Guest House under his chairmanship in Mumbai last evening.
In this meeting, various demands of the Maratha community were discussed in detail. Positive decisions were taken on many points.
Let us fight unitedly to get reservation for Maratha community. It is the sincere wish of all of us that the Maratha community should get reservation,said Mr Shinde.
The meeting was attended by Minister of Higher and Technical Education Chandrakant Dada Patil, Chairman of the Cabinet Sub-Committee on Maratha Community Reservation and Facilities, State Excise Minister Shambhuraj Desai through audio-visual system.
While the members of the committee and Minister of Ports and Mines Dadaji Bhuse and President of Annasaheb Patil Economic Backward Development Corporation Narendra Patil, MLA Bharat Gogawle, State Chief Secretary Manu Kumar Srivastava, State Advocate General Virendra Saraf among others were attended the meeting through audio visual system.