Karnataka ready for Legal battle over border row with Maharashtra: CM Bommai

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India]: In another significant rely on the boundary row, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavraj Bommai on Sunday claimed that the state is prepared for a legal battle with Maharashtra over the border disagreement.

The CM chaired a meeting with elderly advocates and also authorities right here on Sunday following the instance showing up before the High court for a hearing on November 30.
” The petition submitted by the state of Maharashtra in regard to the border problem did not have any lawful arrangement considering that it was filed on the basis of the State Reorganisation Act and Post 3 (development of brand-new states as well as change of areas, borders or names of existing states) of the Constitution,” Karnataka CM claimed.

The Karnataka chief minister likewise said that a group of well-learned counsels led by Mukul Rohtagi and also Uday Holla will certainly offer the case in behalf of Karnataka.

” The senior supporters, A G Prabhulinga Navadagi and also Uday Holla have actually offered particular instructions. I will certainly be going to Delhi on November 29 as well as will review these with our senior supporter, Mukul Rohtagi on these concerns. In all, the State of Karnataka is ready for a lawful battle to secure the boundary as well as land of ours,” centimeters Bommai claimed.

” We are complying with the regulation in addition to the Constitution. There will be no change in the landscape of Karnataka. The state’s stand and also demand will certainly exist at the time of providing the case. In this connection, an all-party conference as well as legal experts conference has actually been assembled next week to talk about the line of debate”, he added.

Bommai had previously said that the boundary row has actually become a political tool in Maharashtra, as well as any type of party in power will elevate the problem for political objectives.

” My government is capable of shielding the borders of Karnataka and has taken steps additionally,” Bommai had actually said.

Bommai claimed that some towns in Maharashtra’s Sangli district, which are having a water situation passed a resolution seeking their merging with Karnataka.

Nevertheless, the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister rejected the claims and stated that no such village has actually sought a merging with Karnataka in current times.

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