Will fight legally and politically for Mahadayi water: Sawant


Panaji: Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has claimed that the riparian state will emerge victorious within the ongoing dispute over Mahadayi river water as his authorities is making efforts on authorized, technical and political fronts and leaving no stone unturned. There’s a long-standing dispute between Goa and Karnataka over the diversion of river water by Karnataka by means of the development of dams on its tributaries – Kalasa and Banduri – of the Mahadayi River.

The Goa authorities has argued that Karnataka can not divert the waters of the Mahadayi River, because it passes by means of the Mahadayi Wildlife Sanctuary, which is positioned downstream in North Goa. The Middle has lately accredited a Detailed Undertaking Report (DPR) submitted by Karnataka for the development of two dams.

Sawant stated on Tuesday, “No matter anybody says, we’re agency on our choice. No matter now we have to do for Mahadayi, we’re doing it legally, technically and politically. We’ll take each obligatory step and we’re assured that we’ll win the battle. He stated this whereas reacting to a purported assertion by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai concerning a decision handed by the Goa Meeting towards diversion of Mahadayi river water.

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