Curfew Imposed in Ambad Taluka Amidst Maratha Reservation Protest: Activist’s Mumbai Rally Sparks Preemptive Measures

ByTV10 Punjab

Feb 27, 2024
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26 February
Sandeep Dhand Ludhiana

In response to escalating tensions fueled by activist Manoj Jarange’s announcement of a Mumbai protest advocating for Maratha reservation, Ambad Taluka in Maharashtra’s Jalna district finds itself under curfew. District Magistrate Krishna Panchal issued the order, citing concerns over potential disruptions to law and order. The decision is particularly aimed at preventing residents from Antarwali Sarti village, currently engaged in a hunger strike, from joining the Mumbai agitation.

The preemptive curfew highlights the delicate situation surrounding the demand for Maratha community reservation, with authorities taking proactive steps to maintain peace. Jarange’s movement has gained momentum, raising the stakes and prompting these precautionary measures. As the region grapples with the complex dynamics of reservation issues, the administration seeks to avert any untoward incidents.

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This development reflects the broader societal challenges tied to reservation demands, bringing to the forefront the need for a balanced approach to address the concerns of various communities. The evolving scenario emphasizes the importance of dialogue and proactive measures to ensure a peaceful resolution amid growing tensions.