- Two-day Monsutra session of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly begins
- Mahavikas Aghadi government is preparing to bring 3 proposals
- There is also a proposal to present the figures of OBC population.
The two-day monsoon session of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly is going to begin from Monday. One of the three proposals approved by the Maharashtra cabinet on Sunday is three central agricultural laws (Farm Laws), which will be introduced in the Monsoon Session of the State Legislature beginning Monday. Sources gave this information.
The cabinet also gave its nod to another proposal requesting the Center to take a decision on restoring reservation for Marathas in government jobs and education.
There is also a proposal to present the figures of OBC population.
In another proposal approved by the Cabinet, the Center will be asked to submit population data of OBCs based on the 2011 Census so that political reservation for members of other backward classes in local bodies is maintained. Sources said these three resolutions are likely to be tabled in both the houses of the state legislature on Monday.
Committee will be constituted for MPSC exam
The Cabinet also discussed the suicide of an MPSC aspirant in Pune. Sources said that a detailed statement on why the MPSC (Maharashtra Public Service Commission) examinations are not being held will be given by both the houses.
A student commits suicide in Pune
Frustrated over the delay in conducting the final MPSC interview due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Swapnil Lonkar (24) allegedly hanged himself at his house in Hadapsar area of Pune on June 30, Pune Police said on Sunday.