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Belagavi/MumbaiOne hour agoAuthor: Vinay Madhav

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The border dispute between Karnataka and Maharashtra took a new turn on Monday. Two Maharashtra ministers Chandrakant Patil and Shambhuraj Desai had announced to visit Karnataka’s Belgaum on Tuesday. On this, Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai told Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde on Monday that this is a threat to law and order. Stop the ministers from coming here. He warned that if Maharashtra ministers come to Belgaum, they will take action. Following this warning, the proposed visit of the ministers was postponed.

On the other hand, the ministers of the ruling BJP and Shiv Sena’s Uddhav faction in Maharashtra seem to be divided regarding the role of Bommai. Because of this, the opposition has become an attacker on the Shinde government. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said, ‘Both the said ministers were about to go to Belgaum. Controversy can arise from the tour. Since the case of border dispute is in the Supreme Court. In such a situation, there is no point in fighting between the two states.

BJP government in both states, but vote bank compulsion
There is a BJP government in Karnataka and in Maharashtra also BJP supported Eknath Shinde is the Chief Minister. Still, the governments of both the states are helpless that they are not able to settle the unbridled dispute. On the contrary, this controversy is increasing.

In fact, several Kannada organizations have warned the Karnataka government to be prepared for any consequences if the visit is allowed. On the other hand many organizations in Maharashtra are aggressive on this issue. The Maharashtra Integration Committee (MES) itself had written a letter urging the ministers to visit here. Due to vote bank, the government of both the states is not able to settle this issue.

Minister Desai bluntly – will give a befitting reply to the Karnataka government
Maharashtra minister Desai said, ‘If Karnataka CM Bommai is warning us not to step foot, we will not sit silent. We will give a befitting reply to the Karnataka government. Earlier, several Kannada organizations in Karnataka had opposed the visit of leaders from Maharashtra. Karnataka Rakshana Vedike said after the meeting that Kannada workers are reaching Belagavi by boarding 100 vehicles from Bengaluru. There was opposition to the tour from other districts as well.

Maharashtra claims – Marathi speaking people in 814 villages including Belagavi
Since independence, Maharashtra has claimed 814 villages including Belagavi, Khanapur, Nippani, Nandgad and Karawar. Many leaders of Maharashtra say that the people here are Marathi speaking. When the reorganization took place on the basis of language, these villages should have been included in Maharashtra instead of Karnataka. Karnataka, on the other hand, maintains that the state’s boundaries were fixed under the Reorganization Act. Then there is no room for controversy.

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