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Not acceptable for Maharashtra ministers to go to Belagavi: Karnataka CM

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Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Friday mentioned that the state chief secretary has requested her counterpart of Maharashtra to not go to Belagavi in view of the present scenario between the 2 states over the border dispute.


“In view of the present scenario between the 2 states over the border dispute, it’s not advisable for the Maharashtra ministers to go to Belegavi,” Chief Secretary conveyed this by means of a fax message.


Reacting to the studies of Maharashtra ministers planning to go to Belagavi on December 6, the CM instructed reporters in Ramdurga on Friday.


CM Bommai whereas speaking to the studies in Ramdurga mentioned, “It isn’t acceptable for them to return when there’s such a scenario between the 2 states. We’ve got already despatched the message to not come. We’ll take the identical motion because the Authorities of has taken when such makes an attempt have been made a number of occasions previously.”


Maharashtra ministers Chandrakant Patil and Shambhuraj Desai’s go to to Belagavi in Karnataka to deal with the Karnataka-Maharashtra border situation has been postponed to December 6.


Chandrakant Patil and Shambhuraj Desai have been appointed as coordinating ministers for the Karnataka-Maharashtra border situation.


Maharashtra ministers Chandrakant Patil and Shambhuraj Desai’s go to to Belagavi in Karnataka to deal with the Karnataka-Maharashtra border situation has been postponed to December 6.


The assembly was scheduled to be held on December 3.


On the request of the Belagavi Ambedkar group, their go to has been postponed and each will arrive in Belagavi on December 6, on the loss of life anniversary of Dr BR Ambedkar.


Belgaum or Belagavi is at the moment a part of Karnataka however is claimed by Maharashtra.After the Karnataka-Maharashtra border dispute escalated, many untoward incidents passed off in Belagavi.


Throughout a cultural program in Belagavi’s Gogate Faculty earlier, a pupil who danced with the Kannada flag was crushed up by his classmates, making a tense environment.


Yesterday, pro-Kannada organizations staged a roadblock on the freeway in Belagavi. They set hearth to tires and shouted slogans towards Maharashtra. At current, the scenario there’s like an ash-covered pit.


As per media studies, the long-running Karnataka-Maharashtra border dispute began again in 1953, after the Maharashtra authorities objected to the inclusion of 865 villages together with Belagavi.


The villages are unfold throughout Belagavi and the north-western and north-eastern areas of Karnataka – all bordering Maharashtra.


After the implementation of the State Reorganization Act, of 1956, the Maharashtra authorities demanded the readjustment of its border with Karnataka.


Following this, a four-member committee was shaped by each states. Maharashtra authorities had expressed willingness to switch Kannada-speaking 260 villages predominantly, nevertheless it was turned down by Karnataka. Now, each Karnataka and Maharashtra governments have approached the Supreme Courtroom to expedite the matter, and the matter continues to be pending.

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