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Cm Basavaraj Bommai Says Mumbai Karnataka Region Will Be Renamed As Kittur Karnataka News In Hindi

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Bangalore

Published by: Gaurav Pandey
Updated Mon, 01 Nov 2021 04:39 PM IST

Summary

The Karnataka government has decided to rename the Mumbai-Karnataka region to now Kittur Karnataka region. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai announced this and also explained the reason behind taking this decision. Read this report…

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai
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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday announced that the Mumbai-Karnataka region will now be renamed as ‘Kittur Karnataka region’. He said that there is no point in carrying on the old name when border disputes are arising frequently, hence it has been decided to rename the area. Bommai made this announcement during the ‘Karnataka Rajyotsava’, which commemorates the formation of the state 65 years ago.

Hyderabad-Karnataka region was also renamed
The Chief Minister said that we had recently changed the name of Hyderabad-Karnataka region to Kalyan Karnataka. Now in the coming few days we are going to change the name of Mumbai-Karnataka region. In fact, Bommai was referring to the claims of some leaders of the Maharashtra government demanding the inclusion of Belagavi district and some border areas of Karnataka in Maharashtra, citing a substantial presence of Marathi population.

This is the reason behind the decision to change the name
Bommai said a decision on the matter would be taken in the upcoming cabinet meeting. Explaining the reason behind naming the group of districts in North Karnataka as Kittur Karnataka region, Chief Minister Bommai said that after the integration of Karnataka, border disputes started and then these disputes were also resolved. The Chief Minister said that now we are once again seeing these border disputes raising their heads.

No part will be left untouched by development
He raised the question that when so many incidents are happening then what is the point of calling it Mumbai-Karnataka region even now? He said that these changes in the area should have happened only in 1956 when the States Reorganization Act came into effect. Chief Minister Bommai further said that our government is making efforts to end regional inequality in the state with the oath that we will not allow any part of the state to remain untouched by development.

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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday announced that the Mumbai-Karnataka region will now be renamed as ‘Kittur Karnataka region’. He said that there is no point in carrying on the old name when border disputes are arising frequently, hence it has been decided to rename the area. Bommai made this announcement during the ‘Karnataka Rajyotsava’, which commemorates the formation of the state 65 years ago.

Hyderabad-Karnataka region was also renamed

The Chief Minister said that we had recently changed the name of Hyderabad-Karnataka region to Kalyan Karnataka. Now in the coming few days we are going to change the name of Mumbai-Karnataka region. In fact, Bommai was referring to the claims of some leaders of the Maharashtra government demanding the inclusion of Belagavi district and some border areas of Karnataka in Maharashtra, citing a substantial presence of Marathi population.

This is the reason behind the decision to change the name

Bommai said a decision on the matter would be taken in the upcoming cabinet meeting. Explaining the reason behind naming the group of districts in North Karnataka as Kittur Karnataka region, Chief Minister Bommai said that after the integration of Karnataka, border disputes started and then these disputes were also resolved. The Chief Minister said that now we are once again seeing these border disputes raising their heads.

No part will be left untouched by development

He raised the question that when so many incidents are happening then what is the point of calling it Mumbai-Karnataka region even now? He said that these changes in the area should have happened only in 1956 when the States Reorganization Act came into effect. Chief Minister Bommai further said that our government is making efforts to end regional inequality in the state with the oath that we will not allow any part of the state to remain untouched by development.

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