After Bommais' comment regarding the Maha-Karnataka boundary dispute, Ajit Pawar requests the Centers' assistance.

Maharashtra Opposition Leader Ajit Pawar blasted Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommais remarks on the border dispute between the two states . Bommai claimed that some villages in Maharashtras Sangli district, which are in need of water, passed a resolution requesting a reunification with Karnataka .

Mumbai (Maharashtra) (India), November 24: On Thursday, Maharashtra's Opposition Leader Ajit Pawar blasted Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommais' remarks on the border dispute between the two states, urging Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and his Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to give a strong response.He also demanded that the Centre intervene on the issue, calling it a tragedy.Bommai tweeted on Wednesday evening that the country's land, water, and borders are under threat.According to Fadnavis, no village in Maharashtra will go to Karnataka.There is no place in Maharashtra that would go to Karnataka.

The statement made by Karnataka Chief Minister is vehemently opposed.Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis should give a stern reply.The center should immediately intervene.The trial is now underway.

Bommai said that my government is able to protect Karnataka's boundaries and has taken steps as well.Bommai claimed that some villages in Maharashtra's Sangli district, which are in need of water, passed a resolution requesting a reunification with Karnataka.However, the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister denied the allegations and said that no such village has wished to merge with Karnataka in recent years.

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