Home Minister Amit Shah met with Karnataka and Maharashtra Chief Minister to discuss the ongoing border dispute. After deliberation, the two leaders have decided to wait for the Supreme Court’s order on the matter. This dispute has been ongoing for decades, and the resolution of this issue is of utmost importance to both states.
Both the Chief Ministers kept a positive approach and it was agreed in the meeting that in a democracy disputes can be best resolved only through Constitutional means
Both Sates will not claim each other’s land until the final judgement of the Supreme Court; Three ministers each from both the States will discuss this matter in detail
Both the States have agreed to form a committee under the chairmanship of a senior IPS officer to maintain law and order in the two states and ensure that people, travelers or businessmen from other Sqtates living in the region do not face any kind of trouble
In the whole matter, fake tweets in the name of top leaders have also led to inflaming sentiments in the two States; In cases of such fake tweets, FIR will be registered and the culprits will be brought before the public
Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah held a meeting with the Chief Ministers of Maharashtra and Karnataka on the border dispute between the two States in New Delhi today. Addressing the media after the meeting, Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah said that both the Chief Ministers took a positive approach in the meeting and it was agreed that in a democracy, disputes can be best resolved only through constitutional means.
Amit Shah said that it was also agreed in the meeting that neither State will claim each other’s land till the judgement of the Supreme Court and three ministers each from both the states will meet and discuss this issue in detail. Shri Shah said that both the States have agreed to form a committee under the chairmanship of a senior IPS officer to ensure that law and order is maintained in both the States and that people, travelers or businessmen from other states living in the region do not face any kind of trouble.
The Union Home Minister said that in this whole matter, fake tweets in the name of top leaders have also worked to inflame the sentiments of people in both the States, that is why it was also decided in the meeting that FIRs will be lodged in cases of such fake tweets and the culprits will be brought before the public. The Union Home Minister said that he hopes that the leaders of the opposition parties of both the States will not give political colour to the issue in the interest of the general public.