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PM asks Telugu Desam leaders not to politicise Babli issue

Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh today urged the Telugu Desam Party delegation to not politicise the issue of Babli dam, being built across the Godavari River in Nanded District of Maharashtra.

New Delhi, May 15 : Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh today urged the Telugu Desam Party delegation to not politicise the issue of Babli dam, being built across the Godavari River in Nanded District of Maharashtra.

He also said that the river waters are a national resource and all political parties must work together to ensure equitable utilization of this national resource.

Stating that the matter was presently before courts, the Prime Minister assured the delegation that the Centre would ensure that justice is done to both Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra.

He also urged the parties to resolve the issue amicably.

Yesterday, the Parliament was adjourned on the same issue, as TDP MPs created uproar and alleged that the Maharashtra Government was constructing the dam across the Godavari River "illegally" and shouted that the construction would hit the flow of water to Andhra Pradesh (AP).

ANI

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