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Let alone 40, but not a single village in Maharashtra will go to Karnataka; Fadnavis settled Bommai’s claim

Nagpur: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai’s claim relating to 40 villages in Sangli is fake and not a single village in Maharashtra will go to Karnataka, stated Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. On the opposite, we will combat a authorized battle in the Supreme Court to deliver the border villages of Karwar, Belgaon, Nipani to Maharashtra. We dwell in the identical nation. Therefore, Devendra Fadnavis stated that that is not an enmity but a authorized dispute.

Just a few days in the past Chief Minister Eknath Shinde held a assembly relating to the border concern. In this assembly, it was determined to present authorized assist to the Marathi brothers in the border areas. It was additionally determined to give them the advantage of new schemes and services. Devendra Fadnavis stated that Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai ought to have made a assertion concerning the inclusion of 40 villages of Jat taluka of Sangli in Karnataka with the intention that we must also do one thing.

In 2012, 40 drought-prone villages of Jat taluka handed a decision to be part of Karnataka. This decision is not present. I bought water to these villages after I was Chief Minister. Also, the then Water Resources Minister Girish Mahajan additionally accredited the inclusion of those villages in the Mhaisal Revised Plan for water provide in these villages. However, this undertaking could have been stopped due to Corona in the later interval. Now we’re going to approve the Mhaisal undertaking instantly. Devendra Fadnavis defined that there isn’t a downside of funding because the central authorities will present cash for these schemes.
40 villages in Sangli severely thought of to be included in Karnataka; Sensational assertion of the Chief Minister of Karnataka

Post-mortem of Karnataka Chief Minister’s claim by Shambhuraj, stated, ‘Hey, we’re those who provide you with water…’

After the speech of the Chief Minister of Karnataka, Basavaraj Bommai, there was a lot of pleasure in the political circles of Maharashtra. In this background, Shinde group minister Shambhuraj Desai gave a proof. The Shinde-Fadnavis authorities held a assembly relating to the border space and began transferring rapidly. To counter all this, Basavaraj Bommai raised the previous concern of the decision of becoming a member of Karnataka of 40 villages. This is the problem 15 years in the past when the issue of agriculture and consuming water in Jat taluka was dire. Therefore, the claim of the Chief Minister of Karnataka is ridiculous. Shambhuraj Desai stated that he does not want to pay as a lot as Kavadi.

Chief Minister of Karnataka says, we supplied water to Jat Taluk. Hey Karnataka solely water goes by our Koyna Dam. They need to take our personal water and say they offer it to us. I’ve been the MLA of this space for a few years. Water flows down to Karnataka from the Koyna dam itself. Even when the water runs on the market, the Chief Minister of Karnataka requests his Chief Minister to launch water from the Koyna Dam. Karnataka Chief Minister Shambhuraj Desai stated that the water we launch is what your villages in Karnataka get.

What precisely did the Chief Minister of Karnataka say?

Jat taluka of Sangli is affected by drought and extreme water shortage. We have helped these villages by offering water. These 40 villages had handed a decision to be part of Karnataka. Basavaraj Bommai stated that Karnataka authorities is severely contemplating this decision. Due to his assertion, the dialogue of Karnataka’s crooked view of the territory of Maharashtra has been coloured. All eyes have been on how Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis would react to this.

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