NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has constituted a crisp seat of three judges to hear a well established debate identified with the sharing of Cauvery water amongst Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
The new seat would involve judges Dipak Misra, Amitava Roy and AM Khanwilkar and will take up every one of the issues emerging out of the Cauvery water debate on October 18.
Prior, on October 4, a seat involving judges Dipak Misra and UU Lalit had consented to the advice speaking to both the sides that the matter must be heard by a three-judge seat.
The seat was told amid the last listening to that when the offers were documented against the request of the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal, it was chosen that the matter would be heard by a three-judge seat.
Meanwhile, the seat, in a break arrange, had guided Karnataka to discharge 2,000 cusecs of Cauvery water every day to Tamil Nadu from October 7 to 18, while conceding its request requesting that the Center set up the Cauvery Water Management Board till it at last chose bids identifying with the question.
Rather, the top court had consented to the recommendation that a Supervisory Committee, involving authorities and specialized specialists from the Center, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala and Puducherry, be set up to examine the Cauvery bowl for evaluating the ground substances.
The board of trustees was requested that by the seat document its report by October 17.
The matter will be taken up a day after the court revives after the Dussehra break.