Sudhir Mungantiwar's statement came after CM Uddhav Thackeray said that no decision has been taken on quota for backward Muslims in education as he had not received any such proposal.
Thackeray's remarks came days after Minority Affairs Minister Nawab Malik informed the Legislative Council that the state government will provide five per cent quota to Muslims in education.
Madhya Pradesh is planning reservation in educational institutions, and it will be more than 5 per cent, water resources minister said.
Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Devendra Fadnavis also claimed that a quota for Muslims would be unconstitutional and affect OBC and Maratha reservations.
Minister for Minority Affairs Nawab Malik told the legislative council that the state government will introduce legislation to the effect soon in the matter which has been pending since long.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday adjourned the hearing in the case of 4 per cent reservations to Muslims in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh by a week.
The two parties demanded that government increase reservations to BCs from the present 25 per cent to 52 per cent, proportionate to their population in TS.
A special session of the state Legislature would be held for adopting the Telangana State Reservation Bill in this regard.
With the state government deciding to make a legislation to provide 12 per cent reservations to Muslims, BJP has swung into action and resolved to undertake agitations across the state on Monday.