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Karnataka CM's assurance on Tunga water

Our Bureau

Hyderabad , Sept. 14

KARNATAKA has assured Andhra Pradesh that it would take measures to release Tungabhadra water.

Announcing this at a felicitation meeting here on Tuesday, Mr N. Dharam Singh, the Chief Minister of Karnataka, said he had held discussions with officials yesterday.

The meeting was organised by Mr V. Hanumantha Rao, senior Congress leader and MP, to felicitate Mr Singh, who had studied in the Osmania University.

The Karnataka Chief Minister said his Government would take up maintenance works on canals at a cost of Rs 30 crore.

Asking Dr Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, the Chief Minister, not to worry on the issue, he said there was no water at Almatti when the former visited Karnataka.

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