will not permit the state's land to disappear, not even by a small amount... Maharashtra-Karnataka boundary dispute: Eknath Shinde

Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said on Thursday that his administration will not allow even an inch of Maharashtras land to be lost to anybody . Karnataka Chief Minister Basavraj Bommais has claimed Akkalkot and Solapur .

Mumbai (Maharashtra) (India) : Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said on Thursday that his administration will not allow even an inch of Maharashtra's land to be lost to anybody.He said, We are doing the work of providing justice to the Marathi people in the border zones.In Maharashtra, not even an inch of land will be allowed to travel.He said it was up to our governments to solve the problems of 40 villages.

In Maharashtra, CM Bommai has apparently been apprehended for suddenly staked a claim on 40 villages, according to Uddhav Thackeray, and has pressed Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and his Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to give a compelling response.Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis has made a provocative speech on the Karnataka Maharashtra border issue, ensuring that his dream will never come true.Bommai tweeted on Wednesday evening that our government is committed to protecting the country's water, land, and boundaries.Fadnavis said that no village in Maharashtra will go to Karnataka!According to Pawar, the state government would press on the Supreme Court to get Marathi-speaking villages such as Belgaum-Karwar-Nipani, he said.

The Karnataka Chief Minister's statement is unheard of me.Our Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis should have a strong response.The center should immediately intervene.The trial is now pending.

My government is in charge of defending Karnataka's borders and has taken steps, Bommai said.Bommai claimed that Bommai's Sangli district, which is struggling with a water shortage, passed a resolution seeking a merger with Karnataka.However, the Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister denied the allegations and said that no such village has attempted to join the association since.

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