• Krishna delta will become a desert, says KDPS

    Addressing a press conference here today, KDPS leaders including Former Minister and Senior Congress Leader Mandali Buddha

    Prasad, Former Minister D Rajasekhar Nehru MLC I Venkaiah and APCC Secretary K Sivaji described the judgment as a big blow to the Krishna Delta.

    Former Minister Mandal Buddha Prasad said farming in Krishna Delta would depend on the kindness of Karnataka State. If they release water, the farmers could cultivate the lands here.

    The sowing operations and plantations of paddy crop for Kharif will take place during the months of June-July. If the Brijesh Kumar verdict is implemented, irrigation water will not be available for Kharif, he feared.

    Former Minister D Rajasekhar Nehru pointed out in Karnataka irrespective of political affiliations, all parties supported the construction of Almatti and regretted that the same unity lacked here. Mr Rrajasekhar Nehru alleged, ”our engineers failed to show the tribunal where and how the surplus water would be impounded in the State.

    He demanded the government to present arguments efficiently with concrete evidence before the Tribunal during the final hearing.

    Meanwhile, the Krishna Delta Parirakshna Samithi would convene an all party meeting here on January 2 to discuss the future course of action and fallout of the verdict.

    APCC Secretary K Sivaji appealed to all leaders of various political parties to fight against the ‘unjust verdict’ of the Krishna water tribunal unitedly.

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    Krishna delta will become a desert, says KDPS

    Addressing a press conference here today, KDPS leaders including Former Minister and Senior Congress Leader Mandali Buddha

    Prasad, Former Minister D Rajasekhar Nehru MLC I Venkaiah and APCC Secretary K Sivaji described the judgment as a big blow to the Krishna Delta.

    Former Minister Mandal Buddha Prasad said farming in Krishna Delta would depend on the kindness of Karnataka State. If they release water, the farmers could cultivate the lands here.

    The sowing operations and plantations of paddy crop for Kharif will take place during the months of June-July. If the Brijesh Kumar verdict is implemented, irrigation water will not be available for Kharif, he feared.

    Former Minister D Rajasekhar Nehru pointed out in Karnataka irrespective of political affiliations, all parties supported the construction of Almatti and regretted that the same unity lacked here. Mr Rrajasekhar Nehru alleged, ”our engineers failed to show the tribunal where and how the surplus water would be impounded in the State.

    He demanded the government to present arguments efficiently with concrete evidence before the Tribunal during the final hearing.

    Meanwhile, the Krishna Delta Parirakshna Samithi would convene an all party meeting here on January 2 to discuss the future course of action and fallout of the verdict.

    APCC Secretary K Sivaji appealed to all leaders of various political parties to fight against the ‘unjust verdict’ of the Krishna water tribunal unitedly.

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