Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.Okay. Stalin has known as an all-party assembly on July 12 to discuss the Mekedatu problem.
Representatives of all legislature events have been invited to the assembly that may begin at 10.30 a.m. at Namakkal Kavignar Maligai on the State Secretariat. The assembly will discuss Karnataka’s proposal to assemble a dam that has been vehemently opposed by the Tamil Nadu authorities, an official launch mentioned.
The State authorities mentioned Tamil Nadu had been taking authorized steps to cease Karnataka from constructing a dam throughout the Cauvery at Mekedatu.
At a current assembly with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mr. Stalin had insisted that the rights and pursuits of Tamil Nadu farmers be protected.
Water Resources Minister Duraimurugan, too, lately met the Union Minister for Water Resources, urging for measures, the federal government mentioned.
In reply to his Karnataka counterpart B.S. Yediyurappa’s letter that urged Tamil Nadu not to object to the proposal, Mr. Stalin mentioned the dam would have an effect on the welfare of Tamil Nadu farmers and would additionally go in opposition to the Supreme Court’s order within the Cauvery dispute.
The Tamizhaga Cauvery Vivasayigal Sangam expressed disappointment over farmers’ representatives not being invited to the all-party assembly.
While welcoming the federal government’s transfer to construct robust opposition to Karnataka’s intention to construct the dam, the organisation’s basic secretary, P.R. Pandian, mentioned that when the Cauvery problem reached its peak in 2018, the then authorities had taken farmers, too, into confidence and invited representatives to an all-party assembly.
He urged the federal government to revise its stance and invite farmers to the assembly. Mr. Pandian mentioned collective efforts to thwart the dam mission and the Central authorities’s intention to incapacitate the CWMA have been the necessity of the hour.