maratha reservation- Maratha Reservation: Submit the report of the Commission promptly- HC

maratha reservation- Maratha Reservation: Submit the report of the Commission promptly- HC

The Bombay High Court has directed the state government to submit the full report of the Maratha reservation order of the Backward Classes Commission immediately. Meanwhile, hearing the full report on the reservation should be submitted on Monday to show that some of the confidential information should be filtered and submitted. After that, a regular hearing will start on a date.

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The Bombay High Court has directed the state government to submit the full report of the Maratha reservation order of the Backward Classes Commission immediately.
Meanwhile, hearing the full report on the reservation should be submitted on Monday to show that some of the confidential information should be filtered and submitted.
After that, a regular hearing will start on a date.

The Bombay High Court has directed the state government to submit the full report of the Maratha reservation order of the Backward Classes Commission immediately. Meanwhile, hearing the full report on the reservation should be submitted on Monday to show that some of the confidential information should be filtered and submitted. After that, a regular hearing will start on a date.

Appearing on the basis of the backward caste category commission report, when we did not receive it, the petitioners opposed the Maratha reservation, appearing before the court, demanding the magistrate to submit a report to the court. The court then gave the order to the state government to submit the report promptly. For this reason, the court adjourned the hearing on a number of petitions filed on Maratha reservation Monday.

The state government is confused about whether to submit a complete report to the report prepared by the Backward Classes Commission for Maratha reservation or to submit a complete report. The state government has said that some sections of this report should be excluded. The matter will be heard on Monday in the High Court.

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