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Blaming the previous BRS government for damages caused to the Medigadda barrage, Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy alleged that though engineers and expert committees said a barrage at Tummidihatti was the best option and not Medigadda, former Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao had gone ahead with his plans, “resulting in damages to the barrage” and making the entire Kaleshwaram project



“unviable”.

Speaking during a discussion on a white paper on irrigation on Saturday, the Chief Minister claimed that the five member expert committee constituted by Chandrashekhar Rao in its final report has said the construction of a barrage near the main Godavari river near Medigadda village and lifting 160 TMC water to Mid Manair reservoir was not desirable. However, the report was not considered, he alleged.
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