The decision to hold the session was taken in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde.

Mumbai:

A special session has been organized by the Maharashtra government in the Assembly on Tuesday. In this session, mainly the decision to give 10 to 12 percent reservation to Marathas in education and jobs will be discussed. Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, after presenting the report in the special assembly session called on Friday, had stressed that Marathas will be given reservation as per the terms of the law. 

Chief Minister Shinde had said in his statement, "We have conducted a survey with 2 to 2.5 crore people... keeping in mind that the people of the OBC community will not be left behind and that is why the government has formed a committee." Will present the report in front. A special session of the Assembly has been scheduled on February 20, in which reservation will be given to Marathas as per the terms of the law.

The decision to hold the session was taken in the weekly cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. A note issued by the Chief Minister's Office said, "The Cabinet meeting has approved convening a one-day special session of the Legislature on Tuesday, February 20, to discuss various demands of the Maratha community." Actually, Maratha quota activist Manoj Jarange Patil is on hunger strike in Antarwali Sarti village of Jalana district and hence it has been decided to call this special session. 

After the Maha Vikas Aghadi meeting, Congress President Nana Patole said that the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly session will start from Monday. He said that the meeting is being organized to make strategy. Let us tell you that the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly session will start from tomorrow.

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