There are no plans to divide North Karnataka, according to CM Bommai.

Basavaraj Bommai said that this is not the first time Umesh Katti has mentioned the subject . Bommai said that this is not the first time Umesh Katti has mentioned the subject .

New Delhi, India, June 24: State Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Thursday that the government isn't considering or attempting to create a separate state of North Karnataka.Bommai said that this is not the first time Umesh Katti has mentioned the subject.It has been said by him for many years.According to the facts, Katti has made the remarks on behalf of the state and advocated for the establishment of a separate body of state from time to time.

Thats why we need a separate state, and that's our goal, according to him.Bommai told the media persons at Karnataka Bhavan in the national capital that he would ask a question about the poor quality of a road laid by Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) shortly before Prime Minister Narendra Modis' visit to the state on June 20.The state's head is located in Bengaluru, but he also laid the foundation stone for the BASE campus, which was laid just a few days before.According to a preliminary inquiry, the road caved in due to a water pipe leak, and the Chief Minister has requested that the BBMP Commissioner investigate the error and take appropriate measures against those responsible for it.Meanwhile, Bommais' visit spurred new speculation about changes in the state Cabinet.