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Panel submits report on Cauvery water situation to SC

IANS  |  New Delhi 

The Cauvery Supervisory Committee (CSC), which visited the Cauvery basin area of and for assessing the ground situation, on Monday submitted its report to the Supreme

The committee, however, did not make any recommendations with regard to the quantum of water to be released to by

"The report only gives an assessment of the ground situation without making any recommendation about the release of water to Tamil Nadu," said a lawyer dealing with the case on behalf of

The committee -- comprising Central Water Commission (CWC) Chairman G.S. Jha, CWC member S. Masood Hussain, and Krishna & Godavari Basin Organisation Chief Engineer R.K. Gupta -- visited the Cauvery basin area of and on the October 4 direction of the apex

The three-member team headed by Jha was also accompanied by one representative each of the four riparian states -- Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry.

The report will come up for hearing on Tuesday before the bench of Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Amitava Roy and Justice A.M. Khanwilkar.

The Supreme Court, by its October 4 order, asked to release 2,000 cusecs of water to every day for 12 days from October 7 to 18, and asked the Cauvery Supervisory Committee to visit the Cauvery basin area of the two states for an assessment of the ground situation and report back to it by October 17.

Upon reaching Bengaluru on October 7, the CSC said it favoured judicious sharing of the scarce water resource between and following deficit monsoon rains this year.

"Our aim is to ensure judicious distribution of the river water between the two states," Jha said during his two-day visit to Cauvery basin areas of and

He told the media persons in Bengaluru that "we will submit a report to the Supreme with data on the live storage levels, inflows and outflows of water in the reservoirs in both the states for a fair distribution".

--IANS

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Panel submits report on Cauvery water situation to SC

The Cauvery Supervisory Committee (CSC), which visited the Cauvery basin area of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu for assessing the ground situation, on Monday submitted its report to the Supreme Court.

The Cauvery Supervisory Committee (CSC), which visited the Cauvery basin area of and for assessing the ground situation, on Monday submitted its report to the Supreme

The committee, however, did not make any recommendations with regard to the quantum of water to be released to by

"The report only gives an assessment of the ground situation without making any recommendation about the release of water to Tamil Nadu," said a lawyer dealing with the case on behalf of

The committee -- comprising Central Water Commission (CWC) Chairman G.S. Jha, CWC member S. Masood Hussain, and Krishna & Godavari Basin Organisation Chief Engineer R.K. Gupta -- visited the Cauvery basin area of and on the October 4 direction of the apex

The three-member team headed by Jha was also accompanied by one representative each of the four riparian states -- Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry.

The report will come up for hearing on Tuesday before the bench of Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Amitava Roy and Justice A.M. Khanwilkar.

The Supreme Court, by its October 4 order, asked to release 2,000 cusecs of water to every day for 12 days from October 7 to 18, and asked the Cauvery Supervisory Committee to visit the Cauvery basin area of the two states for an assessment of the ground situation and report back to it by October 17.

Upon reaching Bengaluru on October 7, the CSC said it favoured judicious sharing of the scarce water resource between and following deficit monsoon rains this year.

"Our aim is to ensure judicious distribution of the river water between the two states," Jha said during his two-day visit to Cauvery basin areas of and

He told the media persons in Bengaluru that "we will submit a report to the Supreme with data on the live storage levels, inflows and outflows of water in the reservoirs in both the states for a fair distribution".

--IANS

pk/nir/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Panel submits report on Cauvery water situation to SC

The Cauvery Supervisory Committee (CSC), which visited the Cauvery basin area of and for assessing the ground situation, on Monday submitted its report to the Supreme

The committee, however, did not make any recommendations with regard to the quantum of water to be released to by

"The report only gives an assessment of the ground situation without making any recommendation about the release of water to Tamil Nadu," said a lawyer dealing with the case on behalf of

The committee -- comprising Central Water Commission (CWC) Chairman G.S. Jha, CWC member S. Masood Hussain, and Krishna & Godavari Basin Organisation Chief Engineer R.K. Gupta -- visited the Cauvery basin area of and on the October 4 direction of the apex

The three-member team headed by Jha was also accompanied by one representative each of the four riparian states -- Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry.

The report will come up for hearing on Tuesday before the bench of Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Amitava Roy and Justice A.M. Khanwilkar.

The Supreme Court, by its October 4 order, asked to release 2,000 cusecs of water to every day for 12 days from October 7 to 18, and asked the Cauvery Supervisory Committee to visit the Cauvery basin area of the two states for an assessment of the ground situation and report back to it by October 17.

Upon reaching Bengaluru on October 7, the CSC said it favoured judicious sharing of the scarce water resource between and following deficit monsoon rains this year.

"Our aim is to ensure judicious distribution of the river water between the two states," Jha said during his two-day visit to Cauvery basin areas of and

He told the media persons in Bengaluru that "we will submit a report to the Supreme with data on the live storage levels, inflows and outflows of water in the reservoirs in both the states for a fair distribution".

--IANS

pk/nir/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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