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TELANGANA desires WATER, NOT DISPUTES:KCR

Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao same that the Telangana Government would like to resolve the water disputes with its neighboring States by holding dialogue rather than fighting legal battles.

Interacting with the members of Bajaj Committee, that was recognised by the Centre to resolve dispute over distribution of avatar watercourse water, at Pragathi Bhavan on Wed, the Chief Minister same officers of each the States may sit, discuss and resolve the difficulty of distribution of avatar water. Stating that Telangana needs water and not disputes, he same the interest of farmers of any State was equally necessary to him. He same there was convenience of nearly four,000 TMC of water avatar and Godavari. Of this, nearly 2,000 to 3,000 TMC goes waste into the ocean. Therefore, he same TS Government was creating efforts to form full use of this water.

The Chief Minister suggested Bajaj Committee to convert state Government to form use of Godavari waters by shifting it coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema. He same that the discrimination over allocation of water was one amongst the key reasons for Telangana movement. Therefore, he same his government was attempting to undo the injustices done to Telangana within the past.

KCR same there ought to be clarity on however water would be distributed throughout drought season and additionally however the excess water would be utilized. He same that the inflows into Telangana got reduced because of construction of multiple dams in Mysore and geographic area.

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