Goa and Karnataka are in a dispute over sharing water from Mahadayi river, and the states have filed special leave petitions before the Supreme Court in the matter.
The committee visited the site and held a marathon meeting on various issues related to the project.
Water Resources Minister Ramesh Jarkiholi on Monday denied that Karnataka has violated regulations concerning the sharing of Mahadayi river waters.
Recently, Shankargouda Patil had met Sawant in Panjim and held discussions on various social and economic issues related to both states.
Goa has accused Karnataka of carrying out construction to divert the river water without authorisation.
Sawant said the Goa government is firm on its stand that the Mahadayi river water should not be allowed to be diverted by Karnataka.
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The Goa government has set up a four-member committee to monitor any possible activity in Maharashtra or Karnataka to divert the river water.
Parrikar also said that Goa's main contention at the Mahadayi Water disputes Tribunal was that Karnataka could not divert water from the already-deficit Mahadayi basin to the Malaprabha river basin.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Monday asked Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar to write to the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal expressing that state’s willingness to release water
Bharatiya Janata Party workers tried to lay siege to the Congress office on the Karwar road in Huballi, accusing the party of politicising the Mahadayi river water dispute.
The PM's intervention was sought to stop Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar from taking the step of allowing Karnataka to divert the waters of the Mahadeyi river.
Karnataka is seeking water from the river for meeting drinking water requirements in northern parts of the state where it has become an emotive political issue.
Speaking to reporters here, the MP said she wanted to know from Congress president Rahul Gandhi what his stand on the Mahadayi water sharing issue would be.
Stating that he welcomes any attempt to resolve the issue, Siddaramaiah said he was still ready to participate if Prime Minister calls a meeting of Chief Ministers of all three riparian states.