B Bommai is criticised by Uddhav Thackeray over the Maharashtra-Karnataka border dispute.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavraj Bommais has been accused of being possessed by Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray . Thackeray said that Bommais has been possessed for suddenly staking a claim on 40 villages .

Mumbai: Former Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray of Maharashtra slammed remarks by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavraj Bommais on the border between the two states on Thursday and branded the latter possessed.According to Maharashtra's Chief Minister, Basavaraj Bommais, has been possessed for suddenly staked a claim on 40 villages, according to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.Ajit Pawar also demanded that the Centre intervene on the issue, as Bommai was embroiled in a language war with Fadnavis about the border between the two states, and has said that his dream will never come true.Mr Bommai tweeted on Wednesday evening that the government is committed to protecting the country's soil, water, and borders.Mr Fadnavis said that no village in Maharashtra would go to Karnataka!According to Pawar, the state government would fight ferociously in the Supreme Court to get Marathi-speaking villages including Belgaum-Karwar-Nipani, he said.

The statement of Karnataka's Chief Minister is vehemently opposed, and I back it up.Our Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis should give a strong response.The center should immediately intervene.The investigation is now being tried in court.

Mr Pawar had stated earlier that the border row has become a political tool in Maharashtra, and that any party at the top will bring it up for political purposes.Mr Bommai said that my government is in charge of defending Karnataka's borders and has taken steps as well.After CM Bommai declared that some villages in Maharashtra's Sangli district, which are in the middle of a water crisis, passed a resolution requesting a merger with Karnataka, the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister denied the assertions and said that no such village has filed a merger with Karnataka formally.

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