Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, Chairman of Maratha Reservation Sub-Committee Ashok Chavan met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi today. On this occasion, the Chief Minister presented sensitive issues in the state to the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister promised to take it seriously and consider it. In this regard, the 50 per cent reservation limit in the state should be relaxed, otherwise the issue of reservation will not be resolved even after giving rights to the states, said Ashok Chavan.
Ashok Chavan said that whether there is Maratha or OBC or any reservation or there is an amendment or legal way, a positive role should be taken and a way should be found. During the discussion, the Prime Minister was briefed on the role of the Governor and the challenges facing the state government. Ajit Pawar said that the selection list of 12 MLAs given to the Governor was also discussed at this time.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also raised issues with the Prime Minister regarding crop insurance scheme in the state, increasing reservation for backward classes, availability of land for Kanjur Marg for Metro car shed, GST refund. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray informed that the Prime Minister promised to take information about it. Thackeray gave this information while talking to reporters in Maharashtra Sadan. “The Prime Minister has listened to us and we hope he will understand the issue in a positive way,” Thackeray said.