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    The Andhra Pradesh Government will take the Union Government’s decision on the terms of reference (TOR) for the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal-II to the Supreme Court. The Minister for Water Resources, Ambati Rambabu, called the decision illegal and stated that the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act already outlined the TORs for the Brijesh Kumar tribunal. Despite Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s requests to the Centre, the gazette publication of the new TORs occurred. The State Government plans to file a petition in the Apex Court against the new Terms of Reference. They will fight to protect the interests of farmers and demand their rightful share of 512 TMC of Krishna water as per the Bachawat tribunal’s award. The Central Government allocated 512 TMC to Andhra Pradesh and 299 TMC to Telangana during the division of the State. The Irrigation Minister emphasized that Andhra Pradesh has utilized its share of water since the time of NT Rama Rao and will not give up any portion of it. He condemned certain media outlets for blaming the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy Government for the current situation.

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