A Telangana devotee died due to cardiac arrest at Sri Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple in Srisailam on Sunday.
Officials of the irrigation department are expecting more amount of inflows by October-end than in the corresponding period of last year.
Andhra Pradesh writes to Krishna River Management Board seeking nod for same, says it should not be accounted against agreed share as it is surplus water.
Expecting clearance from KRMB, water resources dept requests APGENCO to use water
"We have not received any directions from the government to stop hydel power generation," said TS Genco and Transco CMD Devulapalli Prabhakar Rao.
Though the projects common to both States — Srisailam and Nagarjuna Sagar — have filled up to the brim, the Board has not allocated water to either State during the current water year.
The ISO team inspected the temple during the pandemic and studied the implementation of Covid-19 protocol.
The team is conducting a survey to study the plunge pool formed in the base level of the reservoir and the safety aspects of the dam.
A memorandum has been submitted to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who recently visited the town, to grant Rs 1,000 crore for the infrastructural development of the town.
The KRMB had also written to Telangana on multiple occasions asking the latter to stop power generation, but to no avail.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah along with family offered prayers at Sri Bhramaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple in Srisailam on Thursday.
In a letter to the board, Irrigation Engineer-in-Chief C Muralidhar says Andhra Pradesh has been utilising more water than its earmarked share of 31.90 tmcft.
Through these illegal projects, AP has been using more water than its earmarked share of 31.90 tmcft in the Krishna river from the Srisailam project, Muralidhar contended
As part of the inspection, the officials seized some documents for further perusal of the allegations.
As on Tuesday evening, 1,11,200 cusecs were being released from the four gates, each raised to 10 feet.