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PM Mediates In Russia-Ukraine War, But Turns A Blind Eye Towards Maha-K’taka Border Row: Raut

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New Delhi: Shiv Sena (UBT) chief Sanjay Raut took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi by saying that on one hand, he mediates within the Russia-Ukraine conflict and however, he ignored the simmering Maharashtra-Karnataka border dispute. He added that it’s “not an indication of a superb politician”.

In Saamana’s ‘Rokhthok’, his weekly column, Raut stated that the border dispute between each the states was a wrestle for humanity slightly than a battle between the folks and the governments of the 2 states, reported information company PTI.

“The wrestle of the Marathi-speaking inhabitants in Belagavi and close by areas who have been included in Karnataka towards their needs throughout the reorganisation of states, can’t be crushed cruelly,” he said.

Maharashtra for a very long time has been making a declare over Belagavi and surrounding border areas in North Karnataka as a major Marathi-speaking inhabitants lives there.

The border dispute is many years previous nevertheless, it resurfaced when Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai lately tried to reclaim just a few villages of the Sangli district in Maharashtra as theirs. These villages handed a decision to develop into part of Karnataka as a consequence of a scarcity of fundamental services.

On account of not getting the apt interference into the matter, each states are on pins and needles. Raut requested that if Supreme Courtroom and the central authorities cannot resolve a difficulty then “the place ought to the folks search justice from?”

Lately, Union Residence minister Amit Shah took an initiative in resolving this battle and met with the CM of each states. Through the assembly of the 2 chief ministers summoned by Shah over the problem, it was reportedly decided that the established order ought to be maintained.

Raut appreciated Amit Shah for taking the initiative to resolve this. He stated, “it’s good that Union Residence Minister Amit Shah took an initiative in the direction of resolving the problem, however the query is whether or not the central authorities will take a impartial stand”.

He urged the parliament to discover a answer to the border dispute: “As a substitute of anticipating the Supreme Courtroom to redirect the case to parliament, what’s the hurt if parliament finds an answer to this on the earliest.”

He asserted that slightly than making aggressive remarks towards Maharashtra, Karnataka CM Bommai ought to have engaged in dialogue with the organisations and leaders of Marathi-speaking folks in Belagavi to handle the battle.

He additionally alleged Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde of being too weak to take care of the problem. “It’s clear that Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde is weak to confront Bommai’s aggressive stand of claiming areas of Maharashtra,” Raut remarked, as per PTI.

(With inputs from PTI)


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