Uddhav Thackeray criticises Karnataka CM Bommai on the Maharashtra-Karnataka border dispute, sounding possessed

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavraj Bommais has been possessed for suddenly staking a claim on 40 villages . Maharashtra Opposition Leader Ajit Pawar criticized Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommais remarks on the border between the two states .

Mumbai (Maharashtra), November 25, : Former Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray of Maharashtra slammed Basavraj Bommais, the former Chief Minister of Karnataka, on Thursday, calling the latter possessed.The Karnataka Chief Minister is speaking out on border issues.According to Maharashtra's Uddhav Thackeray, Karnataka CM Bommai has been possessed for suddenly staked a claim on 40 villages.Ajit Pawar, the Maharashtra Opposition Leader, criticized Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommais' remarks on the border between the two states and asked Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and his Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to give a critical response.This comes after Bommai engaged in a war of words with Fadnavis on the border between the two states and called the remarks of the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister provoca Bommai tweeted on Wednesday evening that our government is committed to safeguarding the country's land, water, and boundaries.

Following up on the issue, Pawar said that the state government would fight vehemently in the Supreme Court to get Marathi-speaking villages such as Belgaum-Karwar-Nipani.The statement of Karnataka Chief Minister is vehemently opposed.Our Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis should provide a concise answer.The center should immediately intervene.

Its to deter people and distract attention from inflation and unemployment, according to Pawar, a former cabinet minister of Kerala.The border row has since been seen as a political tool in Maharashtra, and every other party in power will consider it for political purposes.According to Bommai, my government is able to protect Karnataka's borders and has taken steps too, he said.Bommai said that Bommai believed that some Sangli districts in Maharashtra, which are in need of water, have passed a resolution pledging to Karnataka.

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