A day after the statement given by the Karnataka CM, Basuraj Bommai, that the government is considering the resolution of the Jath taluka villages merging with Karnataka, the Maharashtra government is in the court of law for judgment. By addressing water and irrigation issues in the state, the Maharashtra government has failed to address the issue of basic necessities for the residents of the state. The counterparts from Maharashtra, CM Eknath Shinde and Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis, announced on Wednesday that no Maharashtra village will be allowed to merge with any other state.
Just for your information, if the state can deal with the problems of its citizens, even beyond the state’s borders, why would the residents of the state be in need of going to the border state for the resolution of their issues? If the government ever gains the ability to rule, the powers will be exercised for the greater good.
Several residents from the Maharashtra border have met the CM of Karnataka in Belgavi and informed their concerns. Basuraj Bommai stated that the same case has been in court for several years and that whatever good can be done will be done. The Chief Minister, Eknath Shinde, said in Nashik, “There is no question of any village in Maharashtra getting merged with another state.” Our state government will be taking the required measures to resolve the issues with water and irrigation management systems as soon as possible. And we ensure that no problems will occur like that in the Jath villages.
The legal battle in the Supreme Court of India has been going on for many years, and we will fight it out for the right cause as the Marathi-speaking areas like Belgavi, Karwar, and Nipani belong to the Maharashtra state. The CM of Karnataka, after the meeting, made several statements that various welfare schemes have been launched for the Marathi-speaking people residing in the border areas, and the Apex Court decides with accurate judgements.