Mumbai News : Give 50 percent reservation to Marathi people in house purchase in Mumbai, demand from CM Eknath Shinde demand to CM Eknath Shinde 50 percent reservation for Marathi people in home purchase in Mumbai
After Trupti Devrukhkar was denied office, the issue of Marathi man has come to the fore once again. In many societies in Mumbai, incidents of Marathi people being refused housing have come to light.
So many builders also sell houses only to certain communities. Even there Marathi people are affected by this. Against this backdrop, it has been demanded that 50 percent reservation should be given to Marathi people in buying houses in Mumbai.
In many new buildings in Mumbai, Marathi people have been denied housing because they are non-vegetarians. Due to this, many Marathi people have been wronged by developers and society despite their affordability. As a result the Marathi man is being pushed out of Mumbai. (Latest Marathi News)
Sridhar Khanolkar has written a letter to the Chief Minister of the state Eknath Shinde on behalf of the Parle Pancham Sanstha to ensure that the Marathi man gets a rightful home in Mumbai. In which 50 percent reservation has been demanded for Marathi man in buying a house in Mumbai.
50% reservation of houses for Marathi people should be kept for one year after the start of booking of houses in the new building. If these houses are not purchased after one year, the builder should be allowed to sell them to anyone. Khanolkar also said in the letter that Marathi people who are financially capable will be able to buy a house.
Along with Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, he has also sent this letter to NCP president Sharad Pawar, Shiv Sena Thackeray group party chief Uddhav Thackeray and MNS president Raj Thackeray through X account.
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