Shocked by Supreme Courts stay to Maratha quota act: Devendra Fadnavis – Maharashtra: Former CM Devendra Fadnavis said, stunned by Supreme Court ban in Maratha quota case


The Maratha Kota Act was passed when Devendra Fadnavis was the CM of Maharashtra

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  • The top court banned the implementation of the Act last week
  • The matter has been referred to the big constitution bench
  • The Act was passed when Fadnavis to CM


Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that he was shocked by the Supreme Court's decision to stop the implementation of Maratha quota. Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly Fadnavis said on Thursday that the apex court's decision in this regard is extraordinary as the Bombay High Court upheld the Act of 2018 providing reservation to Maratha community people in government jobs and educational institutions in Maharashtra.

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It is noteworthy that the apex court last week issued a stay order on the implementation of this Act and sent it to a big constitution bench. Fadnavis told a news channel, "I was shocked when I heard about the Supreme Court's stay order. This act was passed when the Fadnavis-led BJP-Shiv Sena government was in power in the state. He also criticized the current Shiv Sena-led government of the state over this issue. He said, "Instead of giving a logical argument, some leaders are raising the finger on the subject. This is a childish excuse to divert attention from its poor functioning. ''

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