Maharashtra Assembly Passes Resolution Over Border Dispute with Karnataka

Mumbai: Maharashtra Legislative Assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution on the dispute over border areas with Karnataka.

The resolution seeks to legally pursue the inclusion of 865 Marathi-speaking villages in Karnataka into Maharashtra. The resolution also condemned the Karnataka administration for its anti-Marathi stance in the border area.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde tabled this resolution over the Maharashtra-Karnataka border row in the assembly.

According to the resolution,  the Maharashtra government will stand behind the Marathi people in border areas. The Maharashtra government will go for a legal battle in the Supreme Court to ensure that these areas become a part of Maharashtra.

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