Ghanti Bajao Full(25.07.18): Know if Maratha agitation is a step towards ending Hindutva politics

26 Jul 2018 07:50 AM

Ghanti Bajao Full(25.07.18): Know if Maratha agitation is a step towards ending Hindutva politics

Updated 26 Jul 2018 07:50 AM

In this report, we will try to find out why despite being a majority in Maharashtra, Maratha grups are demanding reservation. We will also see how Marathi community makes a dominance in Maharashtra's culture, education system and other aspects. 
Policemen bore the brunt of the ongoing Maratha quota stir in Maharashtra, as 12 police personnel, including an IPS officer, were injured in violence
since yesterday during protests in various parts of the state.
IPS officer Sandip Patil, Superintendent of Police of
Satara district in western Maharashtra, was injured in stone-
pelting by protesters at Satara today, police said.
Three policemen, including an officer, were injured during stone-pelting incidents at Kalamboli in adjoining Navi Mumbai
during the Maratha quota protest, police said.

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