New Delhi: The Supreme Court yesterday refused to intervene either in favour of Karnataka or Tamil Nadu in the Cauvery water dispute, instead, it relied on the combined expertise of the Cauvery Water Regulation Committee (CWRC) and the Cauvery Water Management Authority (CWMA) to manage the water-sharing between the two neighbouring States.
A three-judge Bench headed by Justice B.R. Gavai said the various

factors, including water distress in the Cauvery basin, considered by the CWMA and the CWRC while fixing the daily water flow from Karnataka to Tamil Nadu at 5,000 cusecs were neither extraneous nor irrelevant.
The Court noted that the CWRC and the CWMA had been regularly meeting every 15 days to review the water flow with due regard to the distress faced by both States.

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