Pune: Pune district administration declared revelation of 140,000 Kunbi Maratha entries after scrutiny of 2.40 lakh old records amid increasing demands of Maratha reservations.
Verification committee headed by the Pune district collector Dr Rajesh Deshmukh,had taken efforts to scrutinise documents in talukas in the district. District administration told that they scrutinised death, birth certificates, school certificates, 7/12 extract, 8 A land document, gift deeds, land sale and purchase deeds, Gram Panchayat land records, Jail entries and Police records.
The verification process stands as a critical step in addressing the demands related to Maratha community reservation and ensuring accurate documentation of Kunbi Maratha records in the region.
What adds a layer of complexity to this discovery is the identification of Kunbi records even in the archives of Bhor Sansthan, shedding light on the widespread presence of these entries across various record repositories in the Pune district. The ongoing verification process is deemed a crucial step in addressing the demands pertaining to Maratha community reservation and ensuring accurate documentation of Kunbi Maratha records in the region. This revelation is expected to have far-reaching implications in the ongoing discourse surrounding community reservations in Maharashtra.