Prakash Solanke's house was set on fire in Maharashtra

Prakash Solanke’s house was set on fire in Maharashtra – Arsonists in Maharashtra’s Beed district set fire to Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MLA Prakash Solanke’s home on October 29. The event is said to have been caused by the local Maratha quota protesters.

A huge white house was completely destroyed by flames in the images released by the news agency ANI. Judging from the video, which showed a massive plume of black smoke rising from the burning residential building, the fire was probably very damaging. According to initial accounts, no one was hurt in the fire.

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According to Solanke, the arsonists assaulted the residence while he and his family were inside. “When my house was attacked, I was inside. Thankfully, neither my family nor the employees suffered any injuries. We are all okay, but the fire has caused a significant loss of property,” ANI reported him to have said.

Notably, there has been a notable uptick in the Maratha reservation movement throughout the state. Jarange Patil, the quota leader, gave notice of the reservation forty days in advance, and that time expired on October 25. Jarange then sat at Jalna on an unbroken fast.

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