Barrage work at Salantiyar should be stopped immediately; Stalin’s letter to Pinarayi Vijayan

The Chief Minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan, has asked the Kerala government to immediately stop the construction of a barrage across the Silandiyar. M. G. Stalin He wrote a letter.

There were reports that the Kerala government was carrying out the construction of a barrage across the Silandiyar without permission. Due to this, Tamilnadu farmers and political party leaders have expressed their strong condemnation.

In this case, Kerala Chief Minister M.K.Stalin has written a letter to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan asking that the Kerala government should immediately stop the construction of a barrage across Silandiyar.

A press release issued by the Government of Tamil Nadu has said: “Due to recent reports in some media that the Government of Kerala is constructing a barrage across the Sikandiyar, a part of the Amaravati (Bambar) sub-basin of the Cauvery basin, there has been a fear among the farmers of Tamil Nadu that the water flow in the Amaravati river will be greatly reduced and thus insisting that the project should be suspended. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin wrote a letter to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today (23.05.2024).

Pointing out that no project details related to this barrage have been provided to the Tamil Nadu government or the Cauvery Water Management Authority, Chief Minister Mu. Ka. Stalin said in his letter.

Chief Minister M.K. has instructed the relevant officials of the Kerala government to suspend this work until the issue is resolved in order to provide these details to Tamil Nadu immediately and to maintain the true spirit of friendship between the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, as the details are very much needed for the legal investigation of this issue. Stalin urged Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

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