The Tamil Nadu authorities mentioned that it has been taking authorized steps to cease (*12*) from setting up a dam throughout the Cauvery river at Mekedatu.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.Ok. Stalin has convened an all-party assembly on July 12 to debate the Mekedatu issue and has invited all of the legislature events to participate within the assembly.
The assembly has been convened at 10.30 a.m. on July 12 on the Namakkal Kavignar Maligai on the State Secretariat to replicate the views of all of the individuals of the State, and maintain consultations on the issue of (*12*)’s proposal to assemble a dam at Mekedatu which has been vehemently opposed by the Tamil Nadu authorities, a press launch mentioned.
The Tamil Nadu authorities mentioned that it has been taking authorized steps to cease (*12*) from setting up a dam throughout the Cauvery river at Mekedatu and that Chief Minister M.Ok. Stalin had put forth Tamil Nadu’s stance on the matter insisting that the rights and pursuits of the farmers of Tamil Nadu be protected, throughout a gathering with Prime Minister Narendra Modi lately.
The authorities mentioned Tamil Nadu Water Resources Minister Duraimurugan too had lately met the Union Minister for Water Resources urging the Union authorities to take mandatory steps within the matter.
The launch mentioned Mr. Stalin, in reply to (*12*) Chief Minister B.S Yediyurappa’s letter that Tamil Nadu mustn’t object to the development of the dam, had mentioned that the dam would have an effect on the welfare of Tamil Nadu farmers and that it was in opposition to the Supreme Court’s order on the Cauvery issue.