Responding to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s appeal on Saturday to provide more water to the city, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said his state was already supplying water to Delhi under the quota and the need was increasing. In the summertime.
Asked about Kejriwal’s plea, “Haryana is providing water to Delhi under the prescribed quota and there is no problem with it. But if the Delhi state uses its allocated quota water in any other way, there is no solution,” he said. Visit Panchanand Smark at Masana Village, Kurukshetra.
Though the Delhi Water Board (DJB) said the supply was less than 100 MGD (million gallons per day) in the city, Kejriwal appealed to Haryana on Friday to release additional water to the Yamuna River on “humanitarian grounds”. A large number of neighborhoods and colonies.
Khattar said Haryana is already facing water shortages because of the increasing demand for water in the summer and water supply to many parts of the state. But I think the situation will improve after the arrival of the monsoon, ”he said.
Haryana has consistently maintained that it is releasing enough water to Delhi as per the existing agreements. On May 20, Khattar said his state was currently releasing more than 1,049 cusecs of water to Delhi. “We cannot seize our state’s water and give Delhi more than its legal share. I promise that on the day Punjab gives us a fair share, Haryana will increase Delhi’s water share, ”he said.
Kejriwal met Lieutenant-Governor VK Saxena on Friday and discussed Delhi’s water crisis. Kejriwal said, “We don’t want to come to terms with whether there is enough water being released as per the agreements. Provide us with water to meet our needs on a humanitarian basis. We need to see how much water Delhi needs and how much our neighbors can provide.
The LG office also issued a statement: “LG has assured CM that they will take the issue at all appropriate steps in the interim. On Tuesday, June 14, 2022, it was decided that a meeting of all relevant departments would be held in the presence of LG and Chief Ministers, in which the officials would be asked to present their concrete plans.