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Devendra Fadnavis ups ante, says will get Karnataka Marathi-speaking areas into Maharashtra | Mumbai News


NASHIK/NAGPUR: One day later Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai said that his government is actively considering the solution of merging Taluka Jath villages with Karnataka as maharashtra The government has “failed” to address water and irrigation problems there, with his Maharashtra counterpart Eknath Shinde saying on Wednesday that not a single Maharashtra village will be allowed to merge with any any other state.
“Our government will take every measure to make sure that there are no problems with the villages in Jath Taluka of Sangli,” Shinde told reporters in Shirdi. “The solution of those villages has been adopted since 2012 when they had water problems. Since then, however, plans have been made in the Jath villages of Taluka and some have been carried out. Others will be taken in due time. Furthermore, we have announced several welfare programs for Marathi speakers residing in the Maharashtra-Karnataka border area,” added Shinde.
“Maharashtra wants to settle the matter amicably with Karnataka. The governors of both these states recently held a meeting on the matter. Even the Center is playing a constructive role to resolve disputes by consensus,” said Shinde.
Shinde’s vice captain Devendra Fadnavis also asserts that not even a single village from Maharashtra will be merged with any other state, instead they will take the legal route to include in the Marathi speaking areas of the present state in Karnataka . “It is a legal battle between the two states and the government of Maharashtra will resolve this in Supreme Court to include Marathi speaking areas like Belgaum (now Belagavi), Karwar and Nipani in our state,” said Fadnavis.
The state government delegation will soon meet the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and interior minister Amit Shah on the border dispute, Maharashtra Minister Shambhuraj Desai was quoted as saying by ANI. Since its founding in 1960, Maharashtra has been embroiled in a dispute with Karnataka over the status of Belgaum district and 85 other Marathi-speaking villages.
CM Eknath Shinde said a day after his Karnataka counterpart talked about his plan to merge some areas of his neighboring state, there was no way any village of Maharashtra would merge with any other state. .

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