Muslims take out march in Bihar’s Aurangabad, seek reservation in jobs, education

Aurangabad: A large number of Muslims today took out a procession here to demand reservation for the community in Government jobs, education and other sectors.

The march started at around 3 pm from the Amkhas Maidan here in Central Maharashtra and concluded at the Divisional Commissioner Office at about 5 pm.

The marchers later submitted a memorandum to the Divisional Commissioner listing their demands and addressed to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

According to the memorandum, Muslims should get reservation in Government jobs, education and other sectors based on recommendations given by committees headed by retired Justices Rajinder Sachar, Rangnath Mishra and civil servant Mehmood-ur Rehman.

Tight security arrangement was made for the procession, which was supported by 45 organisations and also some political parties.