Cauvery water dispute: Kumaraswamy invites Rajinikanth to Karnataka

May 21 2018 11:48 AM
Cauvery  water dispute: Kumaraswamy invites Rajinikanth to Karnataka

Janata Dal Secular (JDS) leader HD Kumaraswamy is going to take oath as the Chief Minister of Karnataka on Wednesday, but it seems that work has already begun as in his most recent Reaction he requested to Rajinikanth, who is expected to soon launch a political party, to come Karnataka.

He invited the Tamil Icon while speaking to media persons on Monday; Kumaraswamy said that to see the conditions of reservoirs in Karnataka Neta Rajinikanth should come in Cauvery disputed state.

His statement came when asked about Rajinikanth’s demand to release Cauvery river water for Tamil Nadu.

“I have invited Rajinikanth to come here and look at the condition of our reservoirs, water is not sufficient. I am sure he will understand,” said Karnataka chief minister-elected HD Kumaraswamy.

Rajinikanth had urged the new government in Karnataka, which is yet to take over the office, to release Tamil Nadu's share of Cauvery river water.

On Sunday also, HD Kumaraswamy had objected to the demand of the actor tuned politician Thaliva. He had stated, "If there is water in Karnataka it is possible for us to give them water. I request Rajinikanth, please come and see the situation in our dams, what has happened to our farmers. After seeing that, if you (Rajinikanth) still want water, let's discuss."

"... On seeing the situation here, I think he (Rajinikanth) will change his stand," the JD(S) leader had added.

 

 

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