In excess of 300 individuals from Shiv Sena, Congress, and NCP were halted at the line and sent back by Karnataka, and some were kept by the Maharashtra police.
In the midst of stewing strain at the Karnataka-Maharashtra line where tremendous fights were arranged today for the previous winter meeting of the BS Bommai government in Karnataka, Patriot Congress Party and Shiv Sena pioneers were kept and taken into preventive care. NCP’s Hasan Mushrif, and Shiv Sena’s Kolhapur region president Vijay Devane, were confined today while attempting to enter Karnataka’s Belagavi, the focal point of the many years old line question where the 10-day winter meeting of the Karnataka Gathering is being held. This will be the state’s the previous winter meeting before it goes to surveys one year from now.
In excess of 300 individuals from Shiv Sena, Congress, and NCP were halted at the boundary and sent back by Karnataka, and some were kept by the Maharashtra police.
Activists of Madhyavarti Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti (MMES), an association that has been raising the issue for north of fifty years, have prepared of the colder time of year meeting of the Karnataka Gathering.
Maharashtra Congress president Nana Patole has put the debate on the Middle, blaming State head Narendra Modi for “isolating” India.
“The line issue is occurring a result of the focal government. PM Modi needs to isolate Maharashtra. Regardless of the gathering between both Boss Clergymen and Home Pastor Amit Shah, for what reason are pioneers not permitted to go there? This shows that the focal government is behind this issue,” he said.
The Central Priests of Karnataka and Maharashtra had made a deal to avoid squeezing their cases in the long term state line debate till the High Court accepts an approach the matter, Association Home Clergyman Amit Shah said last week after a gathering with the two chiefs.
In any case, Maharashtra Boss Clergyman CM Eknath Shinde today said the issue is of “Maharashtra’s pride” and that the state has taken areas of strength for an on the issue.
“Home Priest himself informed the media about the issue. The Maharashtra Ekikaran Samiti is fighting today, there ought not be any governmental issues on this issue. There are a few different issues over which we can do legislative issues,” he said.
Mr Shinde said he has data from the police about who are the locals who need to join Karnataka, and “who are behind them”
“We are with our kin and will give anything required. We even told BS Bommai that anything you are tweeting isn’t correct, he said that that isn’t his Twitter handle,” Eknath Shinde said.
Maharashtra had been unglued about the consideration of Marathi-talking regions – – including Belgavi, part of the recent Bombay Administration – – in Karnataka during the rearrangement of states on etymological lines. It likewise made a case for 814 Marathi-talking towns which are right now part of Karnataka.
Karnataka keeps up with the boundary is conclusive and there can be no change.
First-time Maharashtra MP Dhairyasheel Sambhajirao Mane, who was designated as the head of the Karnataka-Maharashtra line debate master board, was supposed to visit Belagavi today, despite the fact that the locale organization has banned his entrance.
“Assuming that the appearance of Maharashtra MP into Karnataka undermines the rule of law, we will start activity. No authorization has been conceded for him to enter Belagavi. He will be halted at the line and sent back,” Extra Chief General of Police, Regulation and Request, Alok Kumar, had said.
Dhairyasheel Sambhajirao Mane was booked to partake in the occasion coordinated by the MMES, however the police said all things considered, he might convey fiery discourses, which would prompt semantic struggle and make a rule of peace and law issue, in the long run prompting harm to public properties.
In excess of 61 associations had looked for consent to hold fights during the Gathering meeting, compelling an enormous organization of police on the ground.
In excess of 4,000 police work force including six Administrators of Police, 11 extra Directors, 43 representative Administrators, 95 police assessors, and 241 police sub-controllers have been sent in Belagavi.
Over the course of the past weeks, trucks from Maharashtra have been gone after in Karnataka and transports of the southern state have been damaged by laborers of the Uddhav Thackeray group of the Shiv Sena.