State to appoint legal expert team for the border row with Maharashtra: CM Bommai

Dr B Thomas (Special Correspondent)

The border row between Karnataka and Maharashtra will come up for hearing in the Supreme Court on November 23.

Senior and experienced legal team will be appointed to effectively argue on behalf of Karnataka,said Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.

Talking to reporters at Hubballi Airport here on Sunday,he said,the issue had been discussed with the advocate general and given necessary instructions.

Besides,a deep study has been done in this regard.

A team of senior and experienced advocates will be appointed soon.

In regard to orders of High Court of Karnataka to consider the CET marks for admission to professional courses,the CM said the advocate general has been instructed to study the court order and submit a detailed report.

A decision on filing an appeal will be taken after the consultation with legal experts.

The government was implementing Dr Raghavendra Auradkar report on providing services to the police personnel.

The police personnel must improve their skills. The computer education has been made compulsory and it was mandatory for the staff of all the departments.