Cauvery row: Karnataka's refusal spells calamity for TN farmers
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"But despite all our discussions, despite all our pleadings, the Karnataka government was firm in saying that it could not release even a single drop of water. So this is the outcome of the meeting. Karnataka has flatly refused to release any water to Tamil Nadu," she said.
As the wrangling between the two states persisted over sharing water during the distress period, the Supreme Court had on Monday suggested that both Chief Ministers should give talks a try and meet in a congenial mannner and discuss the issue in the larger interest of farmers of both states.