After Chief Minister Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bomaiah introduced that 42 villages of Jat taluka will come to Karnataka, there was a stir in the state. After that, everybody from the native leaders to the Chief Minister made it clear that no village in the Jat taluka would go to Karnataka. However, Pani Sangharsh Kriti Samiti, which is definitely combating for water in 42 villages, has taken a completely different and aggressive stance. Announcing the place that if water just isn’t supplied, we will go to Karnataka, a assembly of the villagers of the drought-stricken village was held in Umdi on Friday.
In this assembly, the villagers strongly focused the state authorities over the difficulty of water. At the identical time, the assertion made by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai was welcomed and publicly thanked. Also the identify of Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai was chanted. At the identical time Maharashtra and Karnataka have one social gathering authorities. So they can signal MoU for launch of water from Karnataka’s Tubchi Bableswar scheme for 42 villages, however why can it occur? Asking this query, if there isn’t a water for residing, what ought to any authorities do? And we aren’t going to Pakistan, Afghanistan. The villagers mentioned that they are going to the neighboring state.
In the subsequent eight days, we must always come to Umdi and maintain a cupboard assembly and announce to present water to 42 villages of Jat taluka. Otherwise, we’re free to go to Karnataka. Then after that we will additionally meet the Chief Minister of Karnataka and repeat the decision to go to Karnataka from village to village, the Pani Sangharsh Action Committee has warned.
What did Devendra Fadnavis say?
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai’s declare relating to 40 villages in Sangli is fake and never a single village in Maharashtra will go to Karnataka, (*40*) Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis claimed. We are going to approve the Mhaisal undertaking instantly. Devendra Fadnavis had mentioned that for the reason that central authorities will give cash for these schemes, there isn’t a downside of funding. In 2012, 40 drought-prone villages of Jat taluka handed a decision to be part of Karnataka. Fadnavis had mentioned that this decision just isn’t for now. However, now the villagers of these villages have began a new motion to go to Karnataka. This is probably going to enhance the headache of the state authorities.