Maharashtra-Karnataka Border Dispute: “Matter is in court, battle it legally”, Says CM Bommai

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India],: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday claimed that he has actually told Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde to fight the boundary dispute issue lawfully as it remains in court currently.

” We have already interacted to them that it will certainly produce law and order problem, consequently, it’s not the correct time ahead. I interest Maharashtra centimeters that the issue remains in court and fight it lawfully,” claimed Karnataka CM on the go to of Maharashtra ministers.
While Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis stated on the border disagreement that this issue remains in the court, so neither Maharashtra nor Karnataka can take a decision on it, the choice will certainly be taken by the court.

” If the priest wants to go there, no one can quit them. The programs that were held there were on the celebration of Mahaparinirvan Divas, as though there needs to not be any type of sort of dispute, there should not be any activity, so it was taken into consideration. Intend to go there in future too, nobody can stop anyone, in totally free India every person can go all over, no one can quit it, CM will take the decision in this issue,” Fadnavis stated.

Maharashtra ministers Chandrakant Patil and Shambhuraj Desai, that were arranged to check out Belagavi on December 3, have actually delayed their check out to December 6.

On the request of the Belagavi Ambedkar company, their check out has actually been delayed as well as both will get here in Belagavi on December 6, on the fatality wedding anniversary of Dr BR Ambedkar.

Belgaum or Belagavi is currently part of Karnataka yet is claimed by Maharashtra.

After the execution of the State Reconstruction Act, of 1956, the Maharashtra government demanded the readjustment of its border with Karnataka.

Following this, a four-member board was formed by both states. Maharashtra government had revealed readiness to transfer Kannada-speaking 260 villages mainly, yet it was turned down by Karnataka. Now, both Karnataka as well as Maharashtra governments have actually come close to the High court to accelerate the matter, and also the issue is still pending.

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