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If You Die No Matter, Let Live Others, Disputes of Cauvery and the Bandh



Next door, next home, next village, next district, next state and next nation all have the borders; sometime boarders also, still conflict is common. 

If it is Cauvery River or PoK question or South China Sea, problems are same. Disagreement and arguments continues. Sometimes court says live and let live order. Very well said, most of the times one party will affected, that means for them that is if you die no matter let live others! Who is correct, 100 percent decision is not possible it is internal or international. Every party says we are betrayed, every person says my sayings is only right, so this type disputes never solved.

Kavery Cauvery also a writing dispute. When Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV started to construct KRS dam, that period British Madras Provence was controlled by Tamil upper caste officials. They forced Wodeyar to limit dam height of Kannambadi or KRS. After Independence it too state conflict and centre became the judge. 1975 onwards it also became political war between ruling parties of two party and centre.

The Cauvery Tribunal a time dragging process, its 2007 water share verdict not a satisfaction order towards Karnataka. Most of the time tribunal irritated Karnataka governments it is CM Siddaramaiah or anyone.

Bandh will affect locals is a big disappointment here. Very big change was happened in the world by world wars and independent movements. That may be takes too much times and too much harms! (PJ)

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If You Die No Matter, Let Live Others, Disputes of Cauvery and the Bandh


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