Saturday , April 13 2024

Agitators should also ensure that law and order is not disrupted: High Court

Mumbai: The state government told the High Court that the health of Manoj Jarange Patil, who is on fast demanding implementation of the assurance given by the government regarding Maratha reservation, has become very critical and he is refusing treatment. The High Court directed Jarange's lawyer to tell within 10 minutes whether he would be treated or not. Jarange was informed about the High Court's direction but he did not respond and kept sleeping.

Jarange has been on fast since February 10 and has refused to take water or medicine. Concerned about his health, the government approached the court. In this case Mr. Ajay Gadkari and Justice. The hearing is going on before the Chandak bench. The government complained that Jarang was not allowing the government to conduct medical surveillance. The court directed Jarangay's lawyer to tell Jarangay or his associate within ten minutes whether he would take the treatment or not.

RAMYAN If the government is taking care of you, why do you have objections to accepting treatment? The court told Jarange, as a citizen of India, you have the right to do so, but it is your responsibility to ensure that it does not create any problem in the system.