Mumbai, July 28: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has called a meeting with all the party members today to discuss the quota demanded by the Maratha community which created quite a stir in the city. According to a source, the meeting would ensure discussing a way out of the  unrest and also focus on getting a solution to tackle the unrest in the state following this agitation. Also Read - Cyclone Nisarga to Make Landfall Today; Maharashtra, Gujarat on High Alert | Top Developments

The meeting will be held at the Vidhan Bhavan in Mumbai where Congress, National Communist Party (NCP), Shiv Sena, Peasant and Workers Party, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) and Independent leaders will participate. As per reports, all the angles related to the Maratha agitation will be discussed. From the government’s role to politicians’ part in the agitation, everything under the umbrella of Maratha stir would be taken into discussion. Also Read - Coronavirus: With 2,287 New Cases Maharashtra at 72,300; Gujarat Reaches 17,632 With 415 Fresh Cases



In all probability, a committee is expected to be set up under MP Sambhaji Raje Chhatrapati, a member of the Satara royal family. Also, a survey is being prepared by a cabinet sub-committee to assess the social-economical backwardness of the Maratha community. The report would then be presented before the Bombay High Court. The committee is being headed by Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil. Patil said, “The commission has received 1.87 lakh memorandums related to Maratha reservation. The government is willing to give all possible help to the commission to expedite the work.” Also Read - Cyclone Nisarga: Day Before Landfall, Heavy Rains Lash Mumbai

 The all-party meeting was called after 30 policemen were injured in Nanded. The mob pelted stones at them during a ‘jal samadhi’ stir called by the Maratha Kranti Morcha yesterday. Last afternoon, many shops downed shutters after incidents of stone-pelting. Rohan Todkar, a native of Satara, was assaulted while he was agitating for the community’s demand for reservation in jobs and educational institutes at Koparkhairane on Wednesday passed away yesterday. His body was cremated in Satara’s Khanoli village.