Shops Closed In Tamil Nadu’s Thanjavur District Over Cauvery Water Dispute Protest

In this article, we will talk about the Cauvery Water Dispute because currently, this news has been gaining huge attention from the people. Now many people are very curious to know about the whole information about it. Reportedly, more than 40000 shops are going to be closed in Tamil Nadu’s Thanjavur district on Wednesday as a sign of a rally over the Cauvery water dispute. This news left many questions in people’s minds and now they want to know the complete information about the news. In this article, we will try to give complete information about the news.

Shops Closed In Tamil Nadu's Thanjavur District

Shops Closed In Tamil Nadu’s Thanjavur District

The Cauvery Basic Protection Coalition against the Karnataka government is being held a blockade for declining to deliver its water to Tamil Nadu. On Monday Tamil Nadu Assembly embraced a resolve urging the Union government to direct Karnataka to release Cauvery water as per the order of the Cauvery Water Management Authority. The solution has been passed unanimously. Since the news came on the internet it circulated on social media platforms and achieved a huge attention from the people. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the news.

As per the report, MK Stalin is a very respected Chief Minister who stated “To rescue the livelihood of the Cauvery delta growers, who have been the basis for Tamil Nadu Agriculture this August House unanimously urges the union Government to direct the Karnataka Government to release water to Tamil Nadu. You are on the right page for more information about the news.

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All you need to know about the Cauvery Water dispute

1. The Cauvery River, which flows through the southern Indian states of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and the Union Territory of Puducherry, is long at the center of a highly contentious water dispute. This ongoing battle, referred to as the Cauvery water dispute, has its origins in historical agreements and differing water-connected demands.

2. The Supreme Court gave a unanimous conclusion on 16 February 2018 that resulted in a contraction of Karnataka’s annual water escapes from 192 TMC (Thousand Million Cubic Feet) to 177.25 TMC. This judgment also directed to decrease in Tamil Nadu’s allocated share of Water.

3. On 14 August, the Tamil Nadu government came to the Supreme Court, requesting its intervention in compelling Karnataka to instantly release 24,000 cubic feet per second of water from its reservoir. Tamil Nadu encouraged the Court to order Karnataka to adhere to the release of 36.76 TMC of water, as required for September 2023. Here we have shared all the information that we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.

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