Herald: Fadnavis agrees for partial withdraw of cases against Marathas
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Fadnavis agrees for partial withdraw of cases against Marathas

30 Jul 2018 05:26am IST
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30 Jul 2018 05:26am IST

PTI, MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today assured partial withdrawal of police cases filed against the Maratha youths for vandalising properties during recent protests for the quota demand.

PTI, MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today assured partial withdrawal of police cases filed against the Maratha youths for vandalising properties during recent protests for the quota demand. "However, the criminal charges like assaulting police officials will not be withdrawn," the CM told reporters at Sahyadri Guest House here.

The announcement came after Fadnavis held a meeting with BJP's Rajya Sabha MP Narayan Rane and his MLA son Nitesh Rane, along with some leaders of the Maratha community who are  pro-reservation.

However, the names of the pro-reservation groups were not revealed by the state government. These groups had organised a bandh in Mumbai region and some parts of Maharashtra last week which had turned violent, with the incidents of arson reported from various cities.

Today's meeting was held in the wake of the Maratha bodies demanding withdrawal of the criminal cases registered against the protesters who had organised the shutdowns.



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