Vivid News 24: According to Shambhuraj Desai, one of the two nodal ministers for coordination regarding legal matters in the dispute, the visit of the Maharashtra delegation to Belagavi in the neighboring state that was scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed due to the ongoing border dispute with Karnataka.
The government was criticized by the opposition parties for failing to adequately represent Maharashtra. Desai and Chandrakant Patil, the other nodal minister, had plans to go to Belagavi to attend a gathering put on by the pro-Maharashtra Madhyawarti Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti, which has its headquarters there.
The organization sent them an invitation to the program, which was originally scheduled for December 3 but was moved to December 6. Tuesday morning, Desai told reporters, “We have not canceled the visit. It has been rescheduled. It is Mahaparinirvan Din, and on this particular occasion, we do not want our visitors to Belagavi to result in any undesirable incident.
Desai claimed that Maharashtra had formally informed the Karnataka government of their visit and informed it that they would travel to Belagavi to see the Marathi-speaking locals and engage in discourse with them into certain what expectations they have for the Maharashtra government. “We were moving peacefully.
The Karnataka Government, however, presented our visit differently They erred in what they did and said during our visit. No one may be prevented from visiting any location in Independent India, and we were traveling ambassadors for Maharashtra.
The office of Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai wrote last week to the office of Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde requesting that ministers refrain from visiting Belagavi because it would incite locals. Bommai said the police have been told to be on the lookout for any potential law and order issues in the state in a statement to the media on Monday. In addition, he threatened them with legal action if they tried to enter the state.
The Maharashtra Government came under fire from the state’s opposition parties for delaying the delegation’s trip to Belagavi.
“This is a failure of the Maharashtra Government,” NCP leader Ajit Pawar stated. And they are making silly reasons to hide their failure. Mahaparinirvan Diwas has always been celebrated on December 6. When they scheduled their visit for December 6, did they not know this? If they are claiming to have postponed the visit, they should now provide us with the new date.
The chief minister of another state, who is a member of the same party, has given Maharashtra ministers an ultimatum not to travel to his state, Pawar said. Maharashtra is paying attention to him. This is due to Devendra Fadnavis, the deputy chief minister, who stated on Monday that “we don’t want to generate any protests” because it is Mahaparinirvan Din. For all of us, today is crucial.
Maharashtra is continuously being abused, according to Uddhav Thackeray, the leader of the Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray). And for the first time, we claim that the state is witnessing the sowing of separatist seeds. Some villages declare their desire to relocate to Gujarat, Karnataka, or Telangana.