Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS)chief Raj Thackeray is looking for support from Maratha Community to get the reservations to overview monetary criteria and his interest for the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes Prevention of Atrocities Act, 1989, to be changed might be gone for picking up backing from the Maratha people group.
The move may likewise be gone for the upper-center and working class voters in urban bunches like Mumbai.
The MNS, which has seen its political fortunes wane relentlessly, has a tough assignment close by in the surveys to metro bodies in Mumbai, Thane and Pune one year from now. Thackeray has requested a survey of the Prevention of Atrocities Act, 1989, which Maratha bunches case is being abused. At a rally in Thane on Sunday, he made a pitch for portions taking into account financial criteria as opposed to station driving a few reporters to trust he is pitching for the Maratha vote.
A senior functionary from the Maratha Sewa Sangh (MSS), which is among those sorting out the gigantic 'Maratha Kranti Morchas,' told DNA that Raj will subsidize support for the group which is inclining towards standards in light of financial criteria instead of on station.
He likewise noticed that the real rate of amounts in the held class in Maharashtra was much higher, which prompted those from the open classification confronting harder rivalry in a contracted space.
"The monetarily in reverse are not considered in the present Constitutional structure," Kondhare said, expressing that such individuals were doubly impeded. Maharashtra has 52% reservations, including 13% for booked stations, 7% for planned tribes, 19% for OBCs, 11% for VJNTs and 2% for exceptional in reverse.
A MSS pioneer noticed that reservations were being seen as a cure during a time where the part of the legislature was contracting in a changed economy.
"He is duplicating late Shiv Sena boss Balasaheb Thackeray's position. Rather than adhering to it, the Shiv Sena has weakened their position," said a senior Shiv Sena pioneer, adding that Raj was attempting to involve that political space.
The Maratha dissents look for discipline for guilty parties who gangraped and killed a young lady at Kopardi in Ahmednagar area, a "conclusion to" what they call "abuse" of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 and standards in employments and instruction.