Accusing the BJP of politicising the issue during the campaign phase of the Karnataka Assembly polls, the Sena said that Shah's silence on the dispute, while in Goa, was an admission of "guilt".
The results of the Karnataka Assembly polls will be announced tomorrow.
"It was expected that Amit Shah would make some statement on Mahadayi during his speech yesterday. Shah should have clarified the BJP's stand on the river water dispute," Senas Goa spokesperson Rakhi Naik Prabhudesai said in a statement issued here.
"Right from the time when Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar agreed to share Mahadayi water with Karnataka to the time when Shah assured people there of water within six months, if they are elected to power, Sena has been following up on the issue every day," Naik said.
"Just two sentences, that a solution would be found for it through court, was all he said. It is an issue that affects the livelihood of around three lakh people. The BJP is not serious about the issue," she alleged.
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