PULICHINTHALA Challenge: Telangana Police obstructed Andhra Pradesh Federal government Chief Whip and YSRCP MLA Samineni Uday Bhanu from passing through the Telangana border, when he was on a go to to the Pulichinthala job on Sunday. The Chief Whip was likely to check out the irrigation undertaking near Muktyala village in Jaggayyapeta mandal, when he was barred from getting into the border by the Telangana State Police staff who had been posted there. He later on achieved the Pulichintala venture by boat on the Krishna River from Krishna district Muthayala in Krishna district to Madipadu in Guntur district.
Udayabhanu expressed his ire at becoming stopped by the Telangana Police. He said that Telangana was illegally creating electrical energy at Pulichinthala and h2o was being wasted thanks to energy era even ahead of the get started of the Kharif season, he fired. The Main Whip said that drinking water ought to be utilized as for each the Bachawat tribunal and Telangana was flouting the guidelines of the AP Reorganisation Act
Speaking to the media there, he stated that the Pulichinthala irrigation challenge was developed as part of the Jalayagnam when the late Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy was the chief minister. He reminded that the late leader experienced constructed many this sort of projects in Telangana itself, but the Telangana leaders and ministers like Prashant Reddy, Srinivas Gowda were building inappropriate remarks about the leader, he reported.
Even Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao must rethink these unlawful drawls from the challenge and rethink this issue. On Saturday by yourself one TMC of drinking water was wasted, he lamented. With 1 TMC h2o we can cultivate 10 thousand acres of farmland, he explained and like this 75 TMC drinking water has been squandered so significantly through the farming time.
He introduced to the point the AP Main Minister has reiterated that the two states need to be on helpful conditions and Minister KT Rama Rao must introspect about his latest statement that, “ we won’t even listen to God about this issue’’, Samineni demanded.
Pulichintala Project is a multipurpose task found in Telangana’s Suryapet, serving irrigation wants, hydropower technology, and flood management. Telangana commenced energy technology at Pulichintala and introduced h2o downwards into Andhra Pradesh, powerful Andhra Pradesh to drain that drinking water into the Bay of Bengal through Prakasam barrage at Vijayawada. AP governing administration alleges that Telangana is drawing Krishna river water from the Srisailam, Nagarjuna Sagar, and Pulichintala projects for hydel electrical power generation without the need of acquiring clearances from the Krishna River Management Board (KRMB). At the time of bifurcation in 2014, 299 TMC water from Krishna River was allocated to Telangana and 511 TMC was allotted to Andhra Pradesh.
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