As the Election 2019 is coming closer, Maharashtra is turning wild. The demands raised by the Maratha Kranti Morcha had called a state-wide strike.

The protest boosted by the Maratha Kranti Morcha highlighted the demand of quota for Marathas in jobs and education.

The fire of protest had spread in most of the regions of Maharashtra turning the state off for the work. The protestors had forcefully closed the shops and had grabbed control over the public buses and trains.

Protest and rallies are the rights of commoner but its misuse is unfair. The Protestor tried to level up the aggression by attacking public transport. They even caused traffic jams and inconvenience.

The commercial establishment and shops were closed in order to support the protest. The areas which were covered under protest were Dadar, Mulund, Andheri and many others.

The protestors even turned violent and had a conflict with the Police officials. Internet services were called off to avoid the spread of fake news and to cause the interruption in the connections.

The protest turned violent after the death of a youth who jumped into the river in Aurangabad on Tuesday. The agitators attacked the trains and busses with stones to stop the services.

The police and other administrators are on an alert position to avoid violence but it appears to be difficult.

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis requested the protestors to restore peace. He even assured that the government has taken their aspects seriously and will come with the solution soon.

However, it feels that protestors had lost trust in their CM and it has been reported that many more areas are getting influenced by the protest raised by Maratha Kranti Morcha.

A constable lost his life and 3 Policemen gained severe injuries when they tried to grasp the protest.

The areas which are under the shadow of protest are Navi Mumbai, Pavel, Thane, Pune.

It was promised to be a peaceful protest but the death of youth turned it into a massive disaster.