Union Minister Jala Shakti's notification of the Krishna and Godavari River Regulatory Commission's jurisdiction over irrigation and hydroelectric projects and facilities was welcomed, albeit delayed. The two river vessels are now able to manage, organize, operate and maintain 36 projects in the Krishna Basin and 71 in Godavari to ensure the wise use of water in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
The contract is expected to preserve the work of the State Department's Water and Irrigation Department. The seven-year delay in receiving notification only reflects tensions between the two countries over river water distribution.Countries are involved in the war because Krishna uses water, and Andhra Pradesh says J.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy welcomed him and Telangana developed six projects of her own. Coalition Minister Jal Shakti Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, chairman of the two-river association, said the center would continue to notify parliamentary jurisdiction, but it took nine months to confirm if Telangana really resisted.
The seven-year-old boy argued that the report should be the final outcome of the Krishna Water Sharing Court in both countries, expanding the scope of the existing Krishna Water Court (KWDT) -II. Telangana even suspends the Supreme Court, but the center says it will consider Telangana's consent only if it is withdrawn. During the trial, Telangana requested that her appeal be referred to the current court in order to avoid a double investigation.
The centers must now ensure that their competent advice is working fairly. This is due to the fact that the decisions of the Coalition Government on issues affecting the powers of the two departments are final. Both countries have their own rationale for new water and electricity projects as some regions await economic development.
Rayalaseema is an arid region and the rift was caused by dissatisfaction with the poor use of two rivers in Andhra Pradesh, which was not divided at the time. At the same time, both countries must focus on protecting water and energy and improving the efficiency of irrigation systems and water reservoirs. Given the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Central and US finances, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh should consider these affordable alternatives and options. After reviewing the revised governance experience, the center should consider implementing a widely discussed concept for catchment organization.
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