Maratha quota activist Manoj Jarange on Thursday has reportedly agreed to end his indefinite fast after a delegation from Maharashtra government met with him. Maratha quota activist Manoj Jarange ended his 9-day-old fast, and asked govt to resolve issue within two months.
Jarange had demanded during talks with the government delegation that reservation should be provided to Marathas throughout Maharashtra.
A delegation of retired high court judges Sandeep Shinde, M G Gaikwad and others including officials met Jarange who is on an indefinite hunger strike at his village Antarwali Sarati in Jalna district since October 25 for the Maratha quota demand.
MLA Bachchu Kadu, who supports the ruling alliance, was also present.
Maratha quota debate in Maharashtra Legislature on 8 December, the delegation told activist Manoj Jarange.