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Calrifies that Pothireddypadu does not have any adverse effects

Hyderabad, January 5, 2007

The Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy delivering the valedictory address at the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee’s two day brainstorming session on Friday, has appealed to AICC president Sonia Gandhi to take an early decision on the constitution of a second SRC in tune with the promise made in the party’s election manifesto. He said that the efforts to evolve a consensus on the issue had not yielded fruitful results, the logical conclusion was to constitute the second SRC by considering all aspects.

On the Pothireddypadu head regulator controversy raging in the Congress, he said the project was meant to divert surplus water from Krishna flowing into the se. The leaders who were objecting to diversion of floodwater to Rayalaseema through Pothireddypadu should apply the same analogy to projects in Nalgonda and Mahabubnagar districts in addition to Veligonda and Somasila projects.

The Chief Minister clarified that the Pothireddypadu would not have any adverse effect on the water supply in the twin cities. He further said that the Government was exploring the options to divert Godavari water through Inchampally project to cater the needs of the city by resolving the interstate issues.

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YSR delivers valedictory address at Congress brainstorming session
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