Karnataka CM Bommai said on border dispute with Maharashtra will not give even an inch of land

Belagavi. The Karnataka Assembly on Monday unanimously passed a resolution condemning the recent incidents of defacement of statues of Shivaji Maharaj and Sangoli Rayanna and burning of the Kannada flag, saying such incidents would be treated as sedition and the punishment for those involved. Strict action will be taken against him under the ‘Goondas Act’. offerers Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai clarified that there is no question of leaving even an inch of the border of Karnataka. he said that if Maharashtra Some parts of Kannada want to join the state and if a resolution should be passed in this regard, then their government is ready for it.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai He also announced that a statue of freedom fighters Kittur Chennamma and Sangoli Rayanna would be installed at Suvarna Vidhana Soudha here. Bommai said, “The government has a clear stand that the Mahajan report on the border issue is final, yet some individuals and organizations are repeatedly disturbing the peace and this is condemnable.” This House unanimously condemns such acts and decides to punish the miscreants involved. Reading out the motion after his reply during a discussion on the issue in the assembly, he said, “The House condemns the defacement of the statues of Sangoli Rayanna and Shivaji Maharaj, burning of Kannada flag, insulting Jagajyothi Basaveshwara.” And such incidents will be considered as an act of sedition and strict action will be taken against those involved as per law.

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Bommai said that the details of these incidents Union Home Ministry will be brought to its notice. The Chief Minister said, “Karnataka government wants cordial relations between the two states (with Maharashtra), but due to such mischievous activities, there is a breach of peace and there is a need to control such mischievous activities outside the boundaries of the state as well. Is.’ After the proposal was presented by the Chief Minister, President Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri put it for vote and it was accepted unanimously.

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Belagavi an important border area: Bommai

Incidents of throwing ink on a leader of the Maharashtra Integration Committee (MES), burning of the Karnataka flag in Maharashtra’s Kolhapur and defacement of statues of Shivaji Maharaj and Sangoli Rayanna had sparked anger in the border district of Belagavi. Maharashtra claims that this district belongs to it. Earlier during his reply, Bommai said that Belagavi is an important border area. The region is full of all necessary resources for investment and has strategic importance. Any attempt to create instability through violence is condemnable.

As long as the sun and moon remain, Belagavi will remain a part of Karnataka: Bommai

Bommai alleged that Maharashtra was repeatedly trying to keep the border dispute alive despite the Mahajan report for politics. An attempt has been made to create linguistic tension on this issue, in which the Maharashtra Integration Committee (MES) was also formed, he said. The Chief Minister said, “Belagavi is the second power center of Karnataka and as long as the Sun and the Moon are there, it will be a part of Karnataka and Kannada.” Suvarna Vidhana Soudha is proof of this. There can be no compromise on this.

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