Similarly, Andhra Pradesh was drawing 12,000 cusecs through Pothireddypadu Head Regulator and another 1,350 cusecs through Handri Neeva Sujala Sravanthi.
APTDC boating operations in-charge M Malleswara Rao said the inflows from the upstream areas had been increasing steadily since a week.
The Ministry initially gave six months time to bring all the projects under the control of the Boards for maintenance and operation purpose.
For the alignment of wall construction, 187 more houses have to be removed; 98 of them were already Their owners have been identified.
AP government in June accorded administrative approval for the construction of the two barrages.
The KRMB is requested to stall all the new projects and expansion of existing projects/ canals without the appraisal/approval of KRMB/Apex Council.
AP Irrigation chief engineer C Narayana Reddy said that the KRMB officials clarified their doubts in the meeting and the Board officials also accepted the proposals made by Andhra Pradesh.
Telangana irrigation Special Chief Secretary Rajat Kumar said that they required 225 tmcft additional waters in Krishna for ongoing projects.
The Board wants AP & TS to state actions taken; meeting scheduled for May 6, likely to discuss 16 issues
Centre may find it difficult to complete the Rajolibanda scheme soon as it will have to bring three states on board
In a bid to replenish depleting storage tanks during the summer, the Tamil Nadu Government has reached out to Andhra Pradesh to release Krishna water from the first week of May.
Telangana Irrigation Special Chief Secretary Rajat Kumar urged the Ministry of Jal Shakti to constitute a Tribunal to share the Krishna river waters between sibling States of AP and Telangana.
The Energy Minister said that people of erstwhile Nalgonda district need drinking water and that was why the hydel power was being generated at Nagarjuna Sagar Project.
Now, the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governments can deposit the seed money by July 14, 2015.
In 2011, Andhra Pradesh filed a special leave petition against the states Karnataka and Maharashtra with regard to the Krishna river water sharing.
Whenever AP swaps a part of river assistance from KC canal to TBPRBHLC/LLC, the share of KC canal has to be reduced accordingly.
In another letter, he asked the KRMB to take operational control of Rajolibanda Diversion Scheme (RDS).
Options available for viable resolution of the issue were discussed threadbare by the KRMB and officials of both the States at the meeting.
The Minister, however, said that there was no formal request from AP and TS to constituting a Tribunal on sharing of Godavari waters.
Telangana wants some of the projects deleted from Schedule-2 of the notification and has written to the Jal Shakti Ministry.