As per reports, the following are the latest updates related to the Maratha quota agitation as of Saturday (30 December):

• Maratha activist Manoj Jarange Patil on Friday (29 December) stated that if vehicles of agitators are stopped from entering Mumbai by police after 20 January, then those vehicles will be parked in front of the residences of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders. He further announced that he would conduct a sit-in hunger strike outside the residence of BJP leader and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.
• Groups belonging to the Maratha community, as well as the Other Backward Classes (OBC) communities have reportedly asked the Mumbai Police permission for a demonstration at Azad Maidan in Mumbai on 20 January. Police have raised concerns that the respective protests by the Maratha Kranti Morcha and the OBC Jan Morcha on the same day, can lead to a law and order situation in the city, as both groups have opposite stances on the Maratha quota.
• Deputy CM Fadnavis was shown black flags in Badnapur while he was on his way to Jalna in the morning hours of Saturday (30 December). Maratha activists gathered at the highway and sloganeered at his convoy, chanting for him to leave. No untoward incidents were reported, however some protestors were detained by police.


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