Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, on January 11 assured delegation of Rashtriya OBC Mahasangh, lead by Dr Babanrao Taywade, it’s National President to start the Police recruitment in a week. Rashtriya OBC Mahasangh on Monday had staged a ‘Ghantanand’ agitation in front of the house of Home Minister to press their demand of starting police recruitment for 12000 vacant posts in the state.
A large number of OBC workers, throng in front of the house of Home Minister, wearing a yellow cap and dupatta and shouting slogans for fulfilling their demand. Home Minister called the delegation to discuss the issue. Dr Babanrao Taywade, MLA Vikas Thakre, MLC Abhijeet Wanjari, Sachin Rajurkar, Sharad Wankhede, Kalpana Mankar, Atul Londhe, Trisharan Sahare, Rekha Barahate, Kalpana Barahate, and top office bearers of OBC Mahasangh discussed the issue and gave a memorandum to the Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. Talking to the media after submitting the memorandum Dr Taywade, said, “The discussion was very positive. Home Minister assured us to start the process of police recruitment in a phased manner within a week.” Dr Taywade further added that the first advertisement for recruitment will be published in this week itself for 5500 posts. The second phase of recruitment will start in a month for 7500 posts and the final phase of recruitment will be completed in three months. Total recruitment of 20000 posts will be done in the period of 3 months, Dr Taywade informed.
He said, “If the ad for recruitment of 5000 posts is not released within a week, Rashtriya OBC Mahasangh will again stage a demonstration. We will not keep quiet till our unemployed youths do not get employment.”
Dr Taywade also warned that the agitation will be more intensified if the Government does not keep its promise. Also were Sharad Wankhede, Ishwar Dhole, Surendra More, Sanjay Pannase, Rajesh Rahate, Dilip Bhoyar, Dilip Gomase, Ganesh Nakhale, Uday Deshmukh, Nilesh Khode, Vinod Hajare, Sushma Bhad, Vedanti Zade, Kajal Kadukar, Shewta Pannase, Vijaya Dhote, Surendra More, Rutika Daff, Ghanshyam Mange, Nanda Deshmukh and a large number of women, youths and gents workers of Rashtriya OBC Mahasangh