Even as Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday held a meeting with Chief Minister of Karnataka and Maharashtra over Border row 11 villages of Akkalkot Taluka in Solapur district, which sought to merge with Karnataka, now back off. Sarpanch of These 11 villages have been transferred to Maharashtra government They do not intend to merge with Karnataka f want to stay with Maharashtra.
In the past Few days, Maharashtra government I issued notices to 11 villages, asking them to explain reason behind their decision to seek a merger with Karnataka. The resolutions of these 11 villages were passed in The first week of This month.
“In the last After a few days, we issued offer notices for 11 grams of panchayats in Akkalkot Taluka which had passed a resolution seeking merger with Karnataka. Notifications have been issued since gram panchayat indulged in anti-Maharashtra activities,”
Sachin Khod Block development said an officer.
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Offer notices stated that government Provides basic amenities and instead of creating awareness according to government Guidelines, why gram panchayat pass Such a decision,” Khoud said.
By Wednesday, Khoud said they had received responses from at least 11 gm panchayats.
“All 11-gram panchayats want to stay with Maharashtra. They said they have made The demand save in view The public feelings regarding basic means of comfort. Now they have promised that everything basic Amenities have been taken care of ofthat they want To pull demand, Khoud said.
All 11G panchayats submitted separate letters to effecthe is added.
Akkalkot MLA Sachin Kalyanshetti said all 11 gram panchayats have withdrawn their decisions.
“I’ve been having meetings with they. So yesterday, I held a meeting with He gave them details of the projects and work being carried out in their villages. At the meeting, there was not a single sarpanch who raised any dispute. They all agreed to withdraw the decision and passed it on to the government, Kalyanchetti said.
He said that the villagers were basically demanding basic Amenities, roads in the first place. “Because of Covid, there were restrictions on development Works for Two years. Beside that of Late monsoon, we couldn’t stand it up road work In this way area he is full of black He said.
Mantis Hatcher, Sarpanch of Aglaegaon, one of The 11-gram panchayats, they said, “As per my opinion informationwithdrew 10 grams of panchayat demand To merge with Karnataka. Today, as a sarpanch, me also A letter to the BDO stating that our village wants to withdraw it demand to go to Karnataka.”
Hatour said there are two reasons for Withdrawal demand. One, the local MLA promised us He will rectify our grievances regarding the provision of basic means of comfort. Secondly, it appears that all Gram panchayats have been given a letter to withdraw their files demand Such as government He warned that the Gram panchayats would be dissolved and the Sarpanchs would lose their positions.