Congress MLA Nitesh Rane targets Gujarati community
The Shiv Sena Monday termed the "assault" on Marathi-speaking populace in Karnataka by the police there as "Kannada terrorism" and asked the Narendra Modi government to intervene.
Maharashtra Industries Minister Narayan Rane on Friday reiterated that the Congress-NCP government in the state will soon bring in 20 percent reservation for Marathis in job.
PCI Chairman Markandey Katju has trashed the "sons-of-the-soil" theory, saying people propagating such concept should be ostracised.
RPI leader Ramdas Athavale on Monday appealed to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to protect Marathis in his state.
Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday said Marathi-speaking people should be given preference in Railway jobs.
Encouraging local youths to sit for
railway examinations, the MNS released a handbook guiding Marathi job seekers to increase their presence in the Railways.
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