Yediyurappa said that unfortunately the Chief Minister of Maharashtra is attempting to disrupt a neighborly climate.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Monday pummeled Maharashtra Chief Minister and said that Uddhav Thackeray’s discourse on the coordination of Marathi language and culture into Maharashtra is in opposition to the standards of the Indian Union.
“The assertion of Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s discourse on the joining of Marathi language and culture into Maharashtra is disagreeable. This is in opposition to the standards of the Indian Union. Mahajan report is conclusive and valid,” said Yediyurappa.
He further said that unfortunately the Chief Minister of Maharashtra is attempting to disrupt an agreeable climate.
“Along these lines regionalism and discuss etymology are negative to the solidarity of the nation. I censure this. In Karnataka, the Marathas are living with Kannadigas. While the Kannadigas in the line regions of Maharashtra are living with the Marathas,” he added.
The Maharashtra Chief Minister on Sunday said that his administration will join zones of Karnataka where Marathi-talking individuals are in larger part into the state.