"We have sought the President's intervention in the Cauvery water dispute. We have also sought permission to meet the Prime Minister to discuss the issue," Kanimozhi told reporters.
In its memorandum, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam sought a President's directive to the Water Resources Ministry to constitute the Cauvery Management Board.
It also pointed out the plight of the farmers in Tamil Nadu and the increasing number of suicide cases.
"If the Government of India fails to constitute an authority to manage Cauvery water distribution process, the same will continue further and we may have to face further distress suicides among the farmers of Tamil Nadu," it said.
Kanimozhi was accompanied by MPs T K S Elangovan, R S Bharathi and Thiruchi Siva at the meeting.
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