Responding to the Supreme Court order directing Karnataka to discharge 2,000 cusecs of Cauvery water every day to Tamil Nadu till further requests, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday said there was no water in the state's stores.
"There is no water at our repositories, I have not yet observed the request duplicate. I will address the backers in the wake of experiencing the request duplicate," he told columnists in Bengaluru.
The top court on Tuesday held its bearing to Karnataka to discharge 2,000 cusecs of Cauvery water every day to Tamil Nadu till further requests and requested that the two governments guarantee peace and agreement; saying residents ought not to get to be law unto themselves.
"We plan to first mediate the issue of practicality of advances documented by Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. At this point, the interval arrange dated October 4 guiding Karnataka to discharge 2,000 cusecs of water for each day to Tamil Nadu will proceed till further requests," the seat including Justices Dipak Misra, Amitava Roy and A M Khanwilkar said.
Made Mr Gowda, President of Mandya Zilla Raitha Hitharakshana Samiti (MZRHS), which is leading the Cauvery disturbance in Mandya, said, "we ought to keep up peace until tomorrow's listening ability."
"The court may have solicited us to discharge 2,000 cusecs from water to test Karnataka government's patience….If they again request that we discharge water tomorrow, we can dismiss it. There is no dharma in leaving water to them for products, when we don't have it notwithstanding to drink," he included.