New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday held a meeting with Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Basavaraj Bommai to discuss the Belagavi border dispute that erupted between the two states.
Maharashtra deputy chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and Karnataka home minister Araga Jnanendra were also present at the meeting.
Amit Shah while speaking with the media said that “The meeting between Maharashtra and Karnataka on the border issue was held in a positive atmosphere today. Keeping a positive approach, Chief Ministers of both states agreed that a resolution should be reached in a constitutional manner.”
He also urged the opposition parties from both states to not politicize the issue. He said that “We should wait for the outcome of the discussions of the committee formed to resolve this issue and the decision of the Supreme Court. I’m confident that NCP, Congress, and Uddhav Thackeray group will cooperate.”
Talking about the meeting, the Home Minister added that “Both states have agreed to form a committee headed by one senior IPS officer regarding this matter so that constitutional norms are followed and law and order is maintained in both states so that outsiders and locals don’t face any problem.”
(With Agency Inputs)
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