Cutting trees in Kerala latest news, The Tamil state’s long-term ambition to raise the level of water at Mullaperiyar; According to reports, the Kerala government gave clearance to the border state. To uproot trees that were obstructing work on the tiny dam near the main construction.
Especially MK Stalin, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, wrote to Pinarayi Vijayan, the Chief Minister of Kerala; praising him for the permit. In his letter, Stalin stated, “I have been notified by our personnel of the River Basin Department. That the Ministry Of environment of Kerala has approved permission for chopping the fifteen pines; downstream of the Baby Dam at Mullaperiyar Dam.”
Especially Murugan, talking to journalists after inspecting the Mullaperiyar dam, stated. Mullaperiyar Dam currently has a level of water of 139.05 feet; which we plan to raise to 142 feet by November 30. For the past 30 years, the level of water has remained at 139.05 feet.”
“This long-awaited request was critical for the Baby Dam and Earthern Dam to be strengthened, and this approval would allow us to begin upgrading these structures.” The advancement will help the “populations of both states,” Stalin stated in his message and also reaffirmed the Tamil Nadu govt’s “obligation to take all necessary efforts to further fortify the Mullaperiyar Dam and safeguard the security of downstream residents.”
To transport supplies, the Tamil Nadu administration has also sought permission to rehabilitate the roads; connecting Vandiperiyar and the dam site. Although A Tamil Nadu government delegation toured the dam site on Friday. Finally According to Tamil Nadu’s water resources minister, Durai Murugan.