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Karnataka Border Area Development Authority Act, 2010

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  1. nagaraju

    pls send me the present statous of border issue case pls

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      Belgaum, also known as Belagavi in the Kannada language, is currently part of Karnataka and was earlier part of the erstwhile Bombay Presidency. It is claimed by Maharashtra on linguistic grounds. Mahajan Commission in 1966 was headed by the third Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India, Meher Chand Mahajan. The commission, upon review of Maharashtra’s claims, recommended the exchange of several villages in Belgaum district between the two states, but rejected Maharashtra’s claim on Belgaum city. On 15 March 2006, the Maharashtra government filed a petition in the Supreme Court. Maharashtra staked a claim over Belgaum city.The Supreme Court is hearing the border dispute. The Bharatiya Janata Party government in Maharashtra had in Dec,2015 appointed its Minister for Public Works, Chandrakant Patil, as the nodal Minister for the Maharashtra-Karnataka boundary dispute. The Advisory Committee on the Karnataka-Maharashtra Border Dispute, headed by V.S. Malimath, former Chief Justice of Karnataka and Kerala High Courts, is closely monitoring the developments. Karnataka on its part demands that the Centre should either implement the Mahajan Commission report or maintain status quo on the row. Recently NCP MP Supriya Sule had extended support to Marathas living in Belagavi (in Karnataka). Harish Salve is representing Maharashtra in the Supreme Court on the matter. Maharashtra has sought the inclusion of Belagavi and many other towns and villages along the border in its territory. Supreme Court started hearing the Case from 1st April 2016.

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  2. nagaraju

    pls send me the present statous of border issue case of karnataka nad maharastra pls

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