Border dispute deepens in Maharashtra, 4 villages of Buldhana demand merger in Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra Karnataka Border Dispute: Due to the lack of basic facilities in the village for years, the villagers have taken this decision in anger. It is being told that a request letter has also been given to the subdivisional officers in this regard.
After Karnataka in Maharashtra, now the border issue related to Madhya Pradesh has arisen. In fact, citizens of 4 villages of Buldhana district of the state bordering Madhya Pradesh have decided to join Madhya Pradesh due to a lack of basic facilities.
According to the information received, due to the lack of basic facilities in the village for years, the villagers have taken this decision in anger. It is being told that a request letter has also been given to the subdivisional officers in this regard.
Four villages in Buldhana district, bordering Madhya Pradesh, have decided to join Madhya Pradesh in protest against the district administration. The villagers allege that the district administration is unable to provide basic facilities to them. In this regard, the citizens of the four villages met the subdivisional officers on Tuesday. After this, slogans were raised against the state government and Buldhana district administration. Due to this, there has been a stir in the administration.
While the Maharashtra-Karnataka border dispute is going on, the demand of four villages of Buldhana to merge with Madhya Pradesh has raised the concern of the administration. It is reported that the officials are now taking steps towards improving the situation by visiting these villages.
According to reports, there is no road to reach remote villages in the Buldhana district bordering Madhya Pradesh. While these villages also lack basic facilities like electricity and water. That's why the villagers are accusing the district administration of grossly neglecting them.
Earlier, 11-gram panchayats of Akkalkot taluka of Solapur had requested the District Magistrate to address the problems of basic amenities, education and good roads or allow the respective gram panchayats to merge with Karnataka.