Belagavi Border Dispute 2022: CM Bommai calls urgent all-party meeting next week
Belagavi Border Dispute:
According to Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, all necessary preparations have been done to present Karnataka’s argument regarding the Belagavi Border Dispute before the Supreme Court. On Thursday, the Maharashtra chief minister responded to the meeting that had been held and the ongoing border dispute that had been brought before the supreme court here by saying that he had learned that there has been talking about resolving this impasse through negotiations. The Supreme Court has already received a case that the State of Maharashtra filed. The Karnataka government arranged a meeting with all parties to review its Supreme Court case strategy and to consult with the Border Development Authority.
The Karnataka government has decided to argue its case of Belagavi Border Dispute before the Supreme Court as a result of this.
All-party meeting the following week
The Maharashtra Government’s aspirations to settle the Belagavi border dispute amicably through negotiations, as well as other crucial concerns, will be covered in detail during an all-party meeting that will take place next week, according to Bommai. “The Maharashtra State is stirring up this argument even though the boundary dispute is ended. We are close to having the gram panchayat and all associated problems resolved. These will all be discussed in
the High Court “.
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