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August 5 2020, 1:10 am

The Krishna River Management Board (KRMB) has instructed the
AP State government to stop Rayalaseema Lift Irrigation Scheme
forthwith. The Krishna River Management Board has also found fault
with the AP State government for granting administrative sanctions to
the construction of new projects on the Krishna River. KRMB Member
Sri Harikesh Meena has sent written instruction to the Special Chief
Secretary (Irrigation) of the AP government. The Board also warned the
AP State government that it can’t go forward with the regard to
construction of the projects without taking permission from the Central
Water Commission (CWC).
The Telangana state government has lodged a complaint with the
KRMB stating that proposed Rayalaseema Lift Irrigation Scheme to
divert Krishna water from the Srisailam Project was in violation of the AP
State Reorganisation Act. Against this backdrop, the KRMB in its
response clearly stated that the AP State Government can’t construct
projects illegally. The Board found fault with the AP Government for
giving administrative sanction to the Scheme, which is in violation of the
Section 84, Para 7 of the conditions as enshrined in the AP
Reorganisation Act. The Board made it clear that for any new projects, a
Detailed Project Report (DPR) should be submitted to the CWC and
permission should be taken from the Apex Committee. The actions
taken by the AP government, which are in violation of this procedure, will
be viewed as violation of the Act, the KRMB amply clarified.

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