Manoj Jarange's health deteriorated, admitted to the hospital…

Maratha activist Manoj Jarange-Patil, who is touring the state to highlight the issue of maratha reservation, was admitted to hospital in Sambhajinagar on Wednesday. According to sources, Jarange-Patil were visiting Dharashiv in the Marathwada region, where they visited the Yedeshwari temple. Later, when he proceeded with his scheduled programs, he complained of uneasiness. He was soon taken to Galaxy Hospital in Sambhajinagar. Jarange-Patil is extensively touring the Marathwada region to highlight the maratha reservation issue.

Manoj Jarange admitted to Galaxy Hospital

Manoj Jarange is continuously demanding maratha reservations in Maharashtra. He has also gone on several fasts demanding maratha reservation. At present, he is visiting many areas and meeting people. It was due to the efforts of Manoj Jarange that the law giving reservation to the maratha community was implemented in Maharashtra. But Manoj Jarange is demanding something else.

Manoj Jarange is visiting different parts of the state and explaining to the citizens of the maratha community the issue of the maratha reservation. His condition deteriorated during his visit to Beed and he was admitted to the hospital. He is undergoing treatment at Galaxy Hospital in Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar.

Last year, after 17 days of indefinite fast and protest, he had given an ultimatum to the state government to give reservations to the maratha community. In february this year, the state government had offered 10 percent reservation to Marathas. Manoj Jarange is not happy with the 10 percent quota. He also wants the government to implement the draft notification on 'sage soir', which includes giving Kunbi certificates to blood relatives of Marathas so that they can get reservations under the OBC category.

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