Telangana looks for information of authorizations for cross regulatory authorities from KRMB
Hyderabad: Telangana State has actually made it clear to the Krishna River Management Board (KRMB) that the standing of authorizations for the Pothireddypadu Head Regulator (PHR), Srisailam Right Main Canal (SRMC) and also Banakacherla cross regulatory authorities offered by the Central Water Commission (CWC) is needed to be understood.
In a letter to the board’s chairman, Telangana Irrigation and also Command Area Development (I&CAD) Engineer- in-Chief (General) C Muralidhar claimed unless the documents are offered, it would certainly not be feasible to recognize the concerns. He has actually additionally advised it to provide more sights on policy contours and also the procedure of giants and also watering sluices at the Srisailam and also Nagarjuna Sagar Project (NSP).
The whole document made in erstwhile Andhra Pradesh with the CWC and also Ministry of Jal Shakti (MoJS), pertaining to the Srisailam Right Bank Canal (SRBC) and also Chennai Water Supply Scheme (CWSS), the CWC note sent to the 16th Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and also the standing of authorizations of the PHR, SRMC and also Banakacherla cross regulatory authorities are needed to be offered.
According to Muralidhar, Telangana is of the sight that they definitely need to remember the prep work of the policy contours for Srisailam and also NSP and also recognize the technological concerns entailed. Since KRMB is carefully connected with the CWC and also MoJS, it is asked for to acquire the needed information or files and also connect the very same at the earliest, making it possible for to provide more talk about the draft policy contours.
“The KRMB ignored pertinent issues raised by Telangana. We are not asking for any confidential or classified documents of the CWC or KRMB,” Muralidhar claimed.
All files such as the CWC note, technological document in between the State government and also CWC and also technological information of the parts of the frameworks authorized by the CWC can be shared with no argument. These information pertain to Telangana as it is the follower State of once AP to which the information is concerned. Further, the information is associated with a tank, which prevails for Telangana and also Andhra Pradesh, he claimed.
Since it was plainly pointed out that while attracting 19 TMC of water, the Minimum Draw Down Level (MDDL) is the standards for drawl of 2,250 cusecs (750 cusecs for SRBC plus 1,500 cusecs of CWSS) and also flooding problems are the standards for launch of 11,150 cusecs.
From the TAC note, it is additionally clear that the circulations to be drawn away are just flooding streams. Hence, without recognizing the MDDL, the degree to release 11,150 cusecs, capacities of the head regulatory authority at numerous degrees in the tank and also primary canal area thought about in the note for clearance of the SRBC and also CWSS by Planning Commission (16th TAC of 1981), it is not feasible to get to the policy degrees.
He claimed there was no reference of accumulating of water degree at the Srisailam tank approximately an MDDL (supposedly 854 feet) and also till that time no water is to be attracted for Nagarjunasagar demands via the manufacturing of power.
The Srisailam hydroelectric job was approved by the Planning Commission and also secured by the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal (KWDT)- I based upon the minimum launch of 264 TMC for Nagarjunasagar demands using strong power manufacturing.
Later, the alcohol consumption water to the Hyderabad cosmopolitan city, which is within the Krishna container, is attracted fromNagarjunasagar Therefore, as mandated by the KWDT-I Award, the main duty of the Srisailam tank is to launch water to Nagarjunasagar, regardless of the water degrees at
Hence, it is needed to understand the MDDL thought about in the 16th TAC note and also all the document in between the State government, CWC and also MoJS pertaining to the SRBC and also CWSS from the duration of forwarding the KWDT-I primary record to the 16th TAC conference.
Telangana has actually been time after time asking for the KRMB to limit AP from attracting greater than 34 TMC from the Srisailam Reservoir– 15 TMC to CWSS and also 19 TMC to SRBC from July to October throughout the flooding durations. Since there are set apart drawals at various degrees, particularly MDDL, and also flooding problems which were specified while offering clearance by the CWC, the equivalent set apart needs additionally require to be complied with in the formula of policy contours.
However, AP has actually purposely gone against the stipulations of honors and also contracts and also built the PHR, SRMC and also Banakacherala cross regulatory authority which presently allows diversion of concerning 4 TMC daily. “It is unfortunate to note that the Central government has been a mute spectator in spite of the obligation to inspect and ensure that the canal system shall not draw more than 15 TMC and it shall not be used for other purposes,” he claimed.
Hence, the standing of authorizations of the PHR, SRMC and also Banakacherla cross regulatory authorities are needed to be understood to Telangana.