Border Dispute With Karnataka: Maharashtra Passed Resolution

On the border dispute with Karnataka, the Maharashtra government put a resolution in the assembly on Tuesday, which has been passed unanimously. 

In this, it has been said to include Marathi speaking areas in Maharashtra. 

This proposal was introduced in the House by the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Eknath Shinde. 

Keeping his point in the house regarding this proposal, Shinde said that we are making full effort to include Marathi speaking areas of Karnataka in Maharashtra.

According to ANI, the resolution states that under any circumstances, all necessary legal action will be taken in the Supreme Court to include Belgaum, Karwar, Nipani, Bhalki, Bidar cities of Maharashtra and 865 Marathi-speaking villages in Karnataka. 

Moving the resolution, Shinde said that the Central Government should urge the Karnataka Government to implement the decision taken in the meeting with the Union Home Minister and convince the Karnataka Government to guarantee the safety of the Marathi people in the border areas .

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