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tamil nadu: Not in a position to release Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu, says Karnataka government | India News

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BENGALURU: The Karnataka government on Thursday said it was not in a position to release Cauvery river water to neighbouring Tamil Nadu even as the Supreme Court sought to know the quantum of water that could be spared by the state.

“There is a total of nine tmc water in all the four reservoirs coming under the Cauvery basin. 9 tmc water is not enough for our drinking needs and crops. We have shortage,” water resources minister MB Patil said.

In a video message shared with media today, he said “In this circumstance we cannot obey today’s Supreme Court’s order, as we don’t have water. We will inform the supreme court about the availability of water currently and our needs.”

“Even if we want to release, we don’t have water. We have shortage,” he added.

During the hearing today, the court first asked Karnataka to release 4 tmcft water by May 8, then asked it to release 2 tmcft water and at the end, the top court ordered the state to apprise the bench “as to how much water can be released.”

Stating that he was in touch with the legal team, the minister said “We will bring to the notice of the court that its order cannot be implemented. We don’t have water. ”

The Centre was today rapped by the apex court for failing to finalise the draft Cauvery management scheme.

It was also flayed by Tamil Nadu for its alleged “partisan” attitude to favour Karnataka by citing the poll campaign in that state for the delay.

Updated: May 3, 2018 — 4:30 pm

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