Government of Mahavikas Aghadi Opposition to OBC reservation; deputy dr. Pritam Munde…

Beed: The Mahavikas Aghadi government has not been able to provide the statistics of other backward classes (OBC) in court. The Mahavikas Aghadi government is not willing to get the OBC reservation. MP Pritam Munde argued that the responsible ministers and leaders of the CBO community in government did not take sides on the issue.
MP Munde was speaking at a press conference held at the BJP district office in Beed on Friday. District President Rajendra Maskey, Speaker Ram Kulkarni and Bhagirath Biyani were present for the occasion.
The issue of the OBC reservation is not limited to elections, but is important for future generations. According to the court’s instructions, taking into account the figures presented by the Madhya Pradesh government, it ordered to hold elections with reservations from the OBC. But the Mahavikas Aghadi government in the state does not want the CBOs to get political reservations. MP Munde also said that there was a danger that the OBC brothers would be deprived of the reservation because they did not present their case properly in court.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has consistently raised the issue of the political reserve of the CBOs. Last year, there was a statewide upheaval over this issue. Even now, the state government should take concrete action on this issue.
Had the CBOs had reservations, state government ministers and leaders would have come forward to take credit. But now no one shows up to make their case. She said that people were realizing the dual role of government.
It is difficult to get a publication without reservations.
Most political parties have said they will give preference to OBC candidates if they don’t get a reservation. In such a situation, the OBCs will also be elected. However, due to the reservation, Sarpanch, Speaker, President were receiving. OBCs were getting opportunities as these positions were reserved. MP Munde also said that it would be difficult to obtain these positions if they were included in the open category.

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