July 19, 2024


Truth Triumphs

KRV demands governor to exert pressure on centre to drop Maha claim against Belagavi

Karnataka bandh called today may have been put off but the demand for banning of Maharashtra Ekikarana Samithi (MES) and Shiva Sena parties in the state is still on.
Members of Karnataka Rakshana Vedike (KRV) submitted a memorandum to the Governor Thawar Chand Gehlot on Friday in this regard.
Due to provocation of politicians of Maharashtra state and Maharashtra governments the peace of bordering district of Belagavi is being disturbed, explained KRV president Narayan Gowda in the memorandum.
MES party is funded by Maharashtra to provoke Marathi speaking people living in Karnataka border against Kannada speaking people for decades. Now, along with MES, Shiva Sena also joined hands to disturb peace and harmony in the region.
Maharashtra state politicians have left no options to induct Belagavi into their state. They also got Meher Chand Mahajan Comission established and the commission finally gave the report that Belagavi is part of Karnataka, Narayana Gowda stated. The matter is now with the Supreme Court and the Union Government has submitted an affidavit before the court stating that Belagavi is a part of Karnataka.
Knowing well that they can’t get Belagavi through legal ways, they are trying to disturb peace, law and order situation in the state, he charged.
MES and Shiva Sena parties are indulging in organised crime activities in Belagavi. The people of Belagavi are leading their lives under fear of violence. Hence, both the parties have to be banned, the memorandum stated.
The legal process should be initiated in that direction and office of the governor must strongly recommend to the union government to initiate the proceedings.

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