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Mahadayi verdict: Karnataka will get 13.5 TMC feet of water

By Chennabasaveshwar
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    New Delhi, Aug 14: The Mahadayi River Water Tribunal ruled that Karnataka will get 13.5 TMC feet of water from the river. 

    The tribunal has allocated 5.5 TMC feet water to the Mumbai-Karnataka region for drinking purposes, 8.2 TMC for power generation, 1.12 TMC and 2.18 TMC for Kalasa and Banduri streams, respectively.

    Mahadayi verdict: Karnataka will get 13.5 TMC feet of water

    However, protests erupted in Belagavi after Farmers Association opposed the Mahadayi verdict.

    KPPC President, Dinesh Gundu Rao said, " We are partially happy with the tribunal's verdict.'

    Also Read | Mahadayi: Arguments touch feverish pitch at tribunal

    Karnataka had locked horns with neighbouring Goa on sharing Mahadayi River water. Karnataka was seeking the release of 7.56 tmcft water for the Kalasa-Banduri Nala project. It is being undertaken to improve drinking water supply to the twin cities of Hubballi-Dharwad and districts of Belagavi and Gadag.

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    The project involves building barrages across Kalasa and Banduri, tributaries of Mahadayi river, to divert 7.56 tmc ft water of to Malaprabha which meets drinking water needs of the region.

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