krishna water for chennai
this post is regarding krishna water to chennai.there has been heavy rain in maharashtra and all the dams have been filled and excess water has been released.even the dams of karnataka and AP should have been filled by now.there is so much of water.now the tamilnadu government could request AP to release water to chennai.i think there is enough water which can be released to chennai.i want to bring to attention to the local circle about this development more
A good suggestion made. But what is the Tamilnadu Government doing to get the water? The Government has not got time to improve the water situation in Chennai all depending upon the vote bank. Mera Bharat Mahan more
Krishna water flows through 1,300 KM from west to east . The floods are near the Upstream almost a 750 Km before it crosses Karnataka, Telengans to reach A.P. Also several Dams & Barrages . The flow isn't at the speed of Airplanes . It days to cover a 100 Km . And as the basins will be stone dry , there will be seepage and feeding of underground aquifers .
The canal from Srisailam in Telengana to Kandaleru Reservoir in Chittoor dt. From Kandaleru it comes to poondi . It is open flow , through dry parched landscape . Only if there is continuous rain and continuous flow will we be able to realise the water from Kandaleru .
Water from Mettur to Tiruchirapalli takes 4 days to cover a distance of 100 km.Immagin how manys it will take .
Through what path does the Krishna river flow? - Quora https://images.app.goo.gl/qmK1Jb9XAbb8BBfMA
Anyway Vilas Thanks you have brought out the water source for thee citizens of Chennai . more
It is a very good idea to divert excess water in one river system to another area where there is scarcity. In doing so proper care should be taken to see that environmental problems are not created.
As others have pointed out Tamilnadu is a peculiar case where politicians of both the Dravidian groups are vying for power to loot the exchequer and are least bothered about the people's problems. This is the only reason for perennial water crises. Tamilnadu in general especially coastal and central TN face recurring water crisis due to deficiency of rains. Therefore long term measures are called for to solve the problem without relying on short term quick fixes along. People should also wake up and demand from their political masters long term solution for the problem, else there is no solution to this crisis. more