Karnataka-Maharashtra Border Issue: Resolution passed in Karnataka Assembly, Maharashtra ministers warned to keep their mouth shut, otherwise legal action

Karnataka-Maharashtra Border Issue: The resolution moved by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai was passed by voice vote.

Karnataka-Maharashtra Border Issue: The Karnataka Legislative Assembly has unanimously passed a resolution on Thursday (December 22, 2022) regarding the Karnataka-Maharashtra border issue. Along with this, the statements of some ministers of Maharashtra have also been condemned. Along with this, a resolution was taken to protect the interests of the state.

The resolution states that if any minister continues to make statements on the issue, legal action will be taken against him and not even an inch of land will be given to the neighboring state. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Tuesday reiterated the stand that he himself suggested passing a unanimous resolution in both houses of the state legislature during a debate on the border dispute in the Assembly.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said that if everyone agrees, we will pass a resolution reiterating the state’s stand in both houses of the legislature, replying to the government on the debate on the border issue. We have already passed many such resolutions, we will repeat it. Members of all political parties, including Leader of the Opposition Siddaramaiah, expressed their assent to the proposal.


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The resolution moved by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai was passed by voice vote. In which it was said that there will be no compromise on matters related to the interest of the land, water, language and Kannada people of Karnataka. The sentiments of the people of Karnataka and the members (of the Legislative Assembly) are one in this matter, and if it is affected, we are all united in taking constitutional and legal measures to safeguard the interest of the state.

Siddaramaiah said there was no question of any dispute and the boundary issue had already been settled with the Mahajan Commission report.
Let me tell you, both Maharashtra and Karnataka have been staking their claim on Belagavi, a city in Karnataka, but after the ruckus in the past, Union Home Minister Amit Shah formed a committee of three ministers to resolve this 56-year-old border between the neighboring states. Tried to settle the dispute.


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