The body said that the government should pay Rs 10 lakh compensation to the family members of the 42 members who died during the protests for Maratha quota.
In 15 out of 48 Lok Sabha seats in the state, the community has witnessed straight contests between Maratha or Kunbi candidates.
One of the main contentions in the petitions is that the Maratha quota takes the overall reservation in the state to 68 per cent, breaching the cap of 50 per cent imposed by the Supreme Court.
The community feels cheated on all levels and hence over 3 crore pamphlets proclaiming that the ‘Lotus has cheated us’ would be distributed across the state during Lok Sabha election.
In Navi Mumbai, where protesters had blocked the Pune-Mumbai Expressway for more than six hours, some people tried to create trouble after the agitation was withdrawn.
The Maratha Kranti Morcha, which is spearheading the agitation the agitation for reservation in jobs and education, had called for the shutdown in Mumbai and its neighbouring districts.
Pawar's remarks came on a day the Maratha Kranti Morcha (MKM) observed a bandh in Maharashtra and called for a shutdown in Mumbai tomorrow.
Fadnavis is scheduled to attend a couple of events, including the 'ground-breaking' ceremony of Krantiveer Chaphekar National Museum, in Chinchwad area of Pune today.
The Maharashtra Government on Wednesday announced land and grant of Rs 5 crore to build hostels for students from the Maratha community in every district.