A significant high level meet, headed by Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao happened on Thursday at Pragathi Bhavan. CM and the CMO officers stood by strongly to secure the privileges of the state in the Godavari, Krishna waterways water-sharing by hook or by crook.
There was a unanimous decision taken at the gathering that they shouldn’t be allowing even a solitary drop of water to be lost. The meet additionally settled that the state government was prepared to battle for its rights to any degree.
A brain storming session occurred based on the letter written by Central Water Resources Ministry (CWRM) Secretary Sri MP Singh insisting the state government to convoke the Water Resources Ministry Apex Council meeting on Aug 5 to resolve the conflicts between the Telangana State and AP regarding the utilisation of water. Water Resources Department experts, advisors and officials among others were present in the meeting.
Subsequently, an inconvenience has been addressed by others that since there are other government works on August 5 it may get difficult to attend the Apex council meeting and being reconsidered to have it after August 20.
Telangana government slammed the Centre for failing to resolve the water dispute for rightful share of Krishna and Godavari rivers between the two Telugu states. They censured how Central Water Resources ministry disregarded there constant appeals. However, CMO stated that the final decision to resolve is to be handed over to the tribunal.