Pune: Maratha Kranti Morcha binds wordless impetus in Pune

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Pune: After holding protests in several districts of Maharashtra, members of a Maratha village on Sunday hold a wordless impetus to press for their demands.

Lakhs of people, including group and women, students, operative professionals, lawyers and doctors from a community, participated in a march, underneath a powerful of ‘Maratha Kranti Muk Morcha’.

The restlessness continued for 3 hours as protesters marched from Deccan Gymkhana to Council hall, where 6 girls submitted a chit and licence of final to Pune District Collector Saurabh Rao.

The Maratha Kranti wordless morchas have caused a lot of tragedy in Maharashtra politics. PTIThe Maratha Kranti wordless morchas have caused a lot of tragedy in Maharashtra politics. PTI

The Maratha Kranti wordless morchas have caused a lot of tragedy in Maharashtra politics. PTI

The village has been holding marches in opposite districts to press for their demands, including punishment of culprits in Kopardi rape and murder case, share in preparation and supervision jobs, Amendment in SC, ST (Prevention of Atrocities Act) to stop a misuse, loan waiver to farmers to quell suicides, and guaranteed rate for farming produce.

“After a heartless rape and murder of a lady in Kopardi, there is annoy in a community, and with a outrageous wordless marches being organized sans domestic leaders state-wide, a supervision contingency take cognizance of a final of a community,” a chit said.

Though organisers claimed that Sunday’s impetus had a record walk of 30 lakh, military pronounced 8 to 10 lakh people, especially from farming areas, participated in a march.

“The impetus was executed by a organisers in a trained demeanour and it finished within dual to 3 hours with no unfavourable incident,” a comparison military central said.

Rajendra Kondhare, one of a organisers, pronounced several people, who had come from outward a city, could not strech a starting indicate as they got stranded mid due to outrageous throng on a roads.

A Maratha village member, who participated in a march, said, “Though a whole impetus was conducted peacefully and with finish discipline, we have sent a final to a supervision shrill and clear.”

NCP MP from Satara Udayan Raje Bhosale, celebration MLA Dilip Walse Patil, Pune MP Anil Shirole were among those who took partial in a march. Noted contestant from Satara Lalita Babar also participated.

Earlier, a Maratha rallies in Aurangabad, Navi Mumbai, Akola, Latur and Nanded, Nashik, Osmanabad, Ahmednagar also drew outrageous crowds.

Meanwhile, notwithstanding complicated rainfall, over 1.5 lakh people of a Maratha-Kunbi village from several tools of a district participated in a wordless impetus in Yavatmal city.

Men and women of all ages participated in a convene that was flagged off from a internal Postal belligerent during around 12.30 pm. Senior members from a village remained behind in a impetus as some girls took a centre stage.

The convene reached a internal LIC Square and a commission met District Collector (in charge) Laxman Raut and handed him a chit of demands.

Their final embody collateral punishment for a culprits of a Kopardi rape and murder case, amendments to SC and ST Prevention of Atrocity Act, doing of Swaminathan Commission recommendations, reservation to Marathas, satisfactory cost for agro produces, travel in grant for EBC students, boost in hostels for them and others.

Though a morcha was good disciplined, an central of a City Police Station allegedly abused some mediapersons and threatened those who attempted to strech a categorical venue.

A censure in this courtesy was lodged with Superintendent of Police Akhilesh Kumar Singh, who positive of correct transformation in a matter.

Senior leaders like Deputy Chairman of Maharashtra Legislative Council Manikrao Thakre (Congress), sitting MP Bhavana Gawali (Shiv Sena) were among those who participated in a march. Traffic transformation in a city was influenced and outstation vehicles were diverted by a bypasses.