Saamana, the mediator in its editorial said the battle for Maratha reservation will be fought in Delhi. The Editorial on Monday said, "The collision will prove to be decisive. To destabilize the politics of Maharashtra, the opposition will use the issue of the Maratha reservation as a weapon, then they will have to stop it in time."
Rajya Sabha MP Chhatrapati Sambhaji Raje said, "He has warned to go on street agitation if there is no decision by June 6." giving the context of Maratha reservation an aggressive tone.
"The government has three legal options. The state could file a review petition in the Supreme Court. If it is dismissed, file an amended petition. Even if it was failed, plead with the President as per Article 37 of the Constitution." Saamana said quoting Raje.
The editorial said that the Marathas are economically and lagging behind and lack employment opportunities. The state Government has passed a law of 18% reservation for the Marathas who are socially and economically backward.
The Editorial added, "Therefore, the self-respect of the Marathas will have to be knocked at the door of Delhi. They will have to re-create the atmosphere of the battle of united Maharashtra in Delhi."
Source: dev discourse
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