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Cauvery issue: Heavy protests in Karnataka following SC order

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Published on 6 Sep 2016 11:06 AM GMT

Cauvery issue: Heavy protests in Karnataka following SC order
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Bengaluru: Protesting against the Supreme Court’s order which directed Karnataka to release 15,000 cusecs of water from river Cauvery to Tamil Nadu for 10 days, pro-Kannada groups have called for a Mandya and Karnataka Bandh on Tuesday and Friday, respectively.

Members of the Cauvery Horata Samithi gathered in large numbers on the city roads staging a protest against the directive of the apex court. As a precautionary measure, at least 2,400 policemen have been deployed in Mandya.

An all-party meeting called by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah was held at Vidhan Soudha to discuss the issue. The meeting was aimed at finding a way to tackle the situation.

Consequences of the protest:

  • Brindavan Gardens and Krishna Raja Sagara in Mandya have been closed for four days.
  • The Tamil Nadu government vehicles were halted at the Hosur border bus stand.
  • All city highways have been blocked while schools and colleges remaining closed.

Read in Hindi: कावेरी जल विवाद: SC के आदेश के खिलाफ कर्नाटक में विरोध-प्रदर्शन जारी

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