Mumbai: The Bombay High Court will decide on all pleas on Maratha reservation on Thursday (June 27). A division bench of Justice Ranjit More and Justice Bharti Dangre will pronounce the judgement on all petitions challenging Maratha reservation. After a detailed hearing, an order was reserved on March 26 on these petitions. The Legislative Council of the state on June 21 passed an amendment in the Socially Economically Backward Class (SEBC) Act 2018, providing 16 per cent reservation to the students of Maratha community in admissions to the post-graduate (PG) courses in medical colleges. Also Read – Chandrayaan-2 reaches nearer to moon with orbit change Advertise With Us The state Assembly on June 20 had passed the amendment in this regard. The state government had earlier promulgated an ordinance for extending quota benefit to the Maratha students. The Maharashtra Assembly on November 29 last year had passed a bill proposing 16 per cent reservation in educational institutions and government jobs for the Maratha community, declared as socially and educationally backward class (SEBC) by the government. The Nagpur bench of the high court had earlier this month declined to entertain a plea against an Ordinance issued by the state government providing 16 per cent reservation for Marathas under the socially and economically backward classes category in admission to postgraduate medical and dental courses.