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Government should respect SC verdict: J P Hegde

Published On : 10 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: Former MP Jayaprakash Hegde said that Karnataka and Tamil Nadu government should find a solution for the dispute regarding Kaveri water.

“State government should respect Supreme Court verdict on Cauvery water dispute but at the same time should hold discussion on the verdict. The ground realities need to be taken into consideration before passing a verdict. I hope that the government will take certain action on this in coming days,” said former MP JP Hegde in a press meet at Brahmagiri on Friday, September 9.

“Karnataka and Tamil Nadu governments should discuss on water dispute, otherwise it is not possible to solve it.” he added.

 







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