Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray said that shifting Maharashtra initiatives helped the BJP win Gujarat assembly elections . He further said that the BJP lured Maharashtra villages to Karnataka to earn political dividends .
India-Mumbai (Maharashtra) — On Thursday, Shiv Sena (UBT) president Uddhav Thackeray said that shifting Maharashtra initiatives helped the BJP win Gujarat assembly elections.He further said that the BJP lured Maharashtra villages to Karnataka to earn political dividends.The AAP won the MCD elections in Delhi yesterday.In Himachal Pradesh, Congress has now defeated the BJP.They (the BJP) only won in Gujarat because Maharashtra projects were moved there, and these initiatives contributed to their victory.The BJP claimed 153 seats and is leading in three more of 182 assembly seats in Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, smashing all electoral records.The Congress held its nerve in Himalaya Pradesh and claimed 40 seats in the 68-member body.According to Thackeray, Union Home Minister Amit Shah must resolve the border dispute between Maharashtra and Karataka. This should be investigated by the central government.The dispute between Maharashtra and Karataka is to be resolved by Home Minister Amit Shah.They are stealing our villages from us.We cannot tolerate this. Villagers are urging to go to Karnataka.The former Maharashtra CM said that the government should only accept Delhi darshan because the Marathi-majority region was incorrectly given to Kannada-majority Karnataka in the 1960s' language-based reorganization of states.The villages are located across Belagavi and the north-western and north-eastern parts of Karnataka, all bordering Maharashtra.Both states formed a four-member committee, which was rejected by Karnataka.The Maharashtra government expressed a desire to transfer 260 villages in Kannada-speaking villages mainly, but was turned down by the government of Maharashtra.