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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has written to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edapady K Palani Swamy, asking him to fix a time for chief-ministerial-level talk to discuss reasons for denying Kerala water from Parambikulam Aliyar project, despite an agreement to share water.  

Kerala is supposed to get 400 cusecs of water from Manakkadavu dyke of Chittoor river. This has  not been made available. Pointing out this fact, the chief minister sent a letter to Tamil Nadu chief minister on February 8 but even after that there was no change in the situation. Kerala got only 80 cusecs water on February 11, 12 and 80.

“This will result in serious drought-like situation along the valleys of Chittoor river. Kerala is expecting to resolve the issue by holding discussions with Tamil Nadu chief minister in Chennai. So fix a nearest and convenient date for holding discussion,” the chief minister said in his letter.

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