The various organisations representing OBCs, Minorities and Dalits have planned to launch separate agitations and mobilization to press thei demands On the occasion of Constitution Day. To honor the constitution of the country these organizations are going to hold “Sanvidhan Sanmaan Silent March” in Pune on 27th November. It will be commenced at 11 a.m. from Deccan Gymkhana to Council Hall via Lakshmi Road where a memorandum and charter of demands will be submitted by girl students and women to Pune District Collector Saurabh Rao.
The main aim to hold the March is to press for the demands which will include reservation for OBCs, Dalits, Minorities of all realigns, curb on misuse of the Scheduled Castes and Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. quota in education and government jobs, Amendment in SC, ST (Prevention of Atrocities Act) to stop its misuse, loan waiver to farmers to curb suicides, and guaranteed rate for agricultural produce, special court for women to solve persecution cases, protection for girl students of Ashram School, implementation of PESA Act, memorial of freedom fighter Guru Lahuji Vastaad in Pune, recommendation of the Sacchar Committee for Muslim Community, implementation of the Ranganath Mishra Commission report, Free education from KG to PG for Scheduled Castes.5% reservation for Muslim Community of Maharashtra.
Members of the coordination Committee said that this March is not organized by any particular political party or any organization it will be totally silent in nature, with no particular leader.Women and girls, OBCs, Dalits, Minorities of all realigns, Scheduled Castes, Labours, different organizations, citizens will be participated in the March.
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