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Cauvery Row: “Will See the Tamil Nadu Gets Water,” Says the Chief Justice

Tamil Nadu Gets Water

Agreeing to take up the Tamil Nadu’s petition for contempt against the central government over the Cauvery water dispute, the Supreme Court today says “We will see that the Tamil Nadu gets water.”

The Tamil Nadu has told the Supreme Court that the center should be hauled up for not setting up a Cauvery Management Board, as the court had ordered. Last week, the center was asking the top court to clarify whether setting up the board will constitute a violation of the rules in Karnataka, where the elections have announced for May 12.

The Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra says, “We understand the problems of Tamil Nadu. We will solve the issue.” The court will take up the Tamil Nadu’s appeal next Monday.

The center has the court that the Cauvery water sharing is a sensitive subject and will have an effect on the Karnataka election.

In February, the Supreme Court reducing Tamil Nadu’s share of water from the river Cauvery and says Karnataka will receive a more significant stock, which will benefit cities like its capital Bengaluru.

No state is claiming exclusive right to a river passing through a different country, say the three judges of the Supreme Court including the Chief Justice, who says, “Drinking water has to keep on the highest pedestal.”

The verdict, ahead of the Karnataka elections, is claiming through the ruling Congress as a big win.

The Supreme Court says Tamil Nadu’s irrigation area has not assessed correctly and its government has not considering the availability of groundwater.

The 765-km-long Cauvery river is also called the Ganga of the south, which is the lifeline for Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The river originates in a Kodagu district in the southern Karnataka and flows into Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Puducherry.

So, these points to describing on the Cauvery Row “Will See the Tamil Nadu Gets Water,” Says the Chief Justice. This problem is going through many situations in the south as it gets more significant problems in the south that is a water problem.

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