Belagavi Border Dispute Union Home Minister meets the Chief Minister of Both States.
Belagavi border dispute: Today’s meeting between Maharashtra and Karnataka to discuss the border issue went well. According to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, both state’s Chief Ministers agreed that a settlement should be reached in accordance with the constitution while maintaining a good attitude.
Belagavi Border Dispute: Following a discussion on the border dispute between Maharashtra and Karnataka, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has requested that both states form a six-person team composed of ministers from both states to resolve boundary disputes.
According to Amit Shah, “both states have agreed to form a committee regarding this matter, which will be presided over by one senior IPS officer, to ensure that constitutional norms are followed and law and order are maintained in both states so that visitors and residents don’t encounter any difficulties.”
Today’s meeting between Maharashtra and Karnataka to discuss the border problem took place in a welcoming environment. According to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, both state’s chief executives agreed that a settlement should be reached in accordance with the constitution while maintaining a good attitude.
“I request the opposition parties in Maharashtra and Karnataka not to politicize the issue of the border between the two states as home minister. Only constitutional means may be used to resolve the difficulties, not through a road, “added Amit Shah.
No state will claim any share until SC’s decision comes in.
3 ministers of both states will discuss the matter.
Committee will be formed to ensure that law & order is maintained to be headed by IPS (Centre appointed).
The Home Minister added, “The two states will not assert any claims against one another or place any demands on the other until the SC ruling, in this case, has been announced. Second, a discussion regarding making a thorough investigation into this subject will be had by three ministers from each of these two states gathered together.”
Additionally, the Union Home Minister stated, “To propagate false information about the situation, certain fake Twitter accounts bearing the identities of political figures (from both states) were created. Such Twitter accounts will be the subject of FIRs, and those responsible will be made public.”
Follow Us on Instagram, Twitter, and Google News.
© Belagavi News, 2022 | All Rights Reserved.
This article is written by the Team of Belagavi News. Some citations may have been taken from the Internet. If using our article, please ensure due credit is given to the Author.