Let all Ministers Resign to Solve Cauvery Water Crisis – Poojary

Let all Ministers Resign to Solve Cauvery Water Crisis – Poojary

Mangaluru: “The decision taken on the Cauvery water row, in the legislative session by all party leaders is an example for the whole country. But this move may create misunderstanding between the two states”, said senior congress leader Janardhan Poojary in a press meet held at the Gokarnanatheshwara Temple Kudroli here on September 24.

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Addressing the mediapersons Poojary said that while submitting the affidavit to the Supreme court the state government did not take the Cauvery water issue seriously which led to creating problems in both the states.

He further that there are a number of experts, efficient Advocates, and engineers in the state. How then did CM Siddaramaiah fully depend on one senior advocate Nariman the future of the state? “I am not saying the CM is weak commenting on the issue. The CM has done very good job, but he has failed to handle the Cauvery water issue properly”.

When asked about how the CM can handle the situation, Poojary said that on September 23, all the party leaders attended the Legislative session on Cauvery water issue, likewise let all of them resign from their post. Then the union government will have to solve the problem by intervening in the case. But the prime minister is not bothered to solve the problem. When both the states are fighting over this issue it is the duty of the Prime minister to find a solution, he said.

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