Bhujbal: Should Bhujbal Quit Navi Mumbai? Maratha Reservation Activist Speaks Out |

Bhujbal: Should Bhujbal Quit Navi Mumbai? Maratha Reservation Activist Speaks Out |
Bhujbal: Should Bhujbal Quit Navi Mumbai? Maratha Reservation Activist Speaks Out |
Navi Mumbai: Maratha reservation activist Manoj Jarange addressed a rally at Ghansoli on Monday. He lambasted Minister Chhagan Bhujbal. He said, “Bhujbal will not succeed in creating enmity between the Marathas and OBCs who have been living peacefully. He has become too old to understand our pain and he should call it quits from public life.” etc
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Chhagan Bhujbal fueling tension between Marathas and OBCs, says Jarange
Maratha activist Manoj Jarange has accused minister Chhagan Bhujbal of trying to create tension between the Marathas and the OBC community. Jarange called on the state chief minister and deputy chief minister to monitor Bhujbal’s activities and asked them to clarify their stance. He also claimed that Bhujbal wants to become the chief minister of Maharashtra and warned that if he does, the Marathas will not receive reservation. Jarange further stated that the Marathas do not want separate reservation and will not allow it outside of the OBC category.

Chhagan Bhujbal says Tope, Rohit Pawar brought Jarange back to agitation venue
Maharashtra food and civil supplies minister Chhagan Bhujbal accused NCP MLAs Rajesh Tope and Rohit Pawar of bringing back Manoj Jarange to the Maratha quota agitation venue in Jalna. Bhujbal criticized the NCP leaders for not informing Jarange about the police lathicharge and for damaging the morale of the police force. Bhujbal also raised concerns about the attacks on OBC community members and demanded a caste-based census. Pankaja Munde and Atul Save, prominent OBC leaders, did not attend the OBC rally. Munde stated that she holds Bhujbal in high regard but did not receive an official invitation for the event.

Bhujbal should settle Fernandes family dues by Monday evening: Damania
Anti-corruption activist Anjali Damania has given food and civil supplies minister Chhagan Bhujbal and his nephew Sameer Bhujbal until Monday evening to settle the dues owed to elderly widow Doreen Fernandes. If the dues are not paid, Damania plans to hold a peaceful vigil outside the multi-storey building allegedly grabbed by the Bhujbals. Sameer Bhujbal has denied the charges and claimed that they bought the property from a Raheja company. Damania insists that the entire sum should be an upfront payment and denies that the property being attached by the ED is hindering the settlement.

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