All parties' legislators decided to say 'No' to any sort of construction activity at Mekedatu without permission from the downstream states as ordered by the Supreme Court.,golf-champion-name
new-adidas-handball-shoes,The third resolution proposed by All-Party meets said that the dam would affect the water supply for irrigation in Tamil Nadu.
Earlier on Monday, Tamil Nadu Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai said, "The Government of India has to consider Karnataka's request as per law. As per the Cauvery Tribunal order, already a Cauvery Tribunal Board is in place, which monitors the whole thing. Therefore, everything is settled. There is no reason for the Government of Karnataka to stop this project.",fifa-prediction
ipl-match-run-rate-today,The primary reason for Tamil Nadu's opposing stance is due to its claims that the project will allegedly impact and control the flow of the Cauvery River water. As per Tamil Nadu, the Mekedatu Dam will also divert water from the Kabini sub-basin. Two streams are already under the control of Karnataka and discussions are already underway between the two state governments. Tamil Nadu has also asserted that Karnataka's ambitious project will block the only stream of the river. Secondly, the Tamil Nadu government has also raised concern over the issues of farmers and claimed that the construction of the Mekedatu dam would impact them. The state has repeatedly said that the project will hinder the future of farmers in Tamil Nadu.
real-madrid-vs-granada-highlights-video,A month ago Chief Minister Stalin met PM ipl match run rate today in New Delhi and opposed the Mekedatu Dam Project. He also wrote to his Karnataka counterpart urging him against the plan.