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Ex-Tamil Nadu CM O. Panneerselvam To Stage Protests Regarding Mullaperiyar Dam

Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam who condemned the DMK led government for releasing water from the Mullaperiyar dam before the water stage had touched the 140 toes mark said that his birthday celebration the AIADMK could soon level protests throughout five southern districts of the nation.

He released a statement on Monday and stated that they will conduct demonstrations throughout 5 districts of south Tamil Nadu soon. The Former Chief Minister Late J. Jayalalithaa fought for a long time of a criminal war in courts to elevate the water stage in Mullaperiyar dam from 136 feet to 142 toes.

He stated that Rallies may be held at Ramanathapuram, Dindigul, Sivaganga, Madurai and Theni districts of the nation as farmers in these place are absolutely depending on water from the Mullaperiyar dam for farming their lands.

Panneerselvam took up the problem of Mullaperiyar as he was seeking to re-set up his supremacy many of the Thevars, a network this is foremost within the South Tamil Nadu.

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At Theni, the farmers establishments beneath the collective of Vaigai Dam Irrigation Farmers Association have began protesting towards the DMK government. The leaders of the agency met the district collector K.V Muraleedharan on Monday and asked him to now not permit the Kerela leaders in the dam premises. Around 50 farmers, led via State President of Vaigai Dam Irrigation Farmes Association SR Thevar staged a protest on the Kumili Road.

They raised slogans in opposition to the Kerela government for releasing the water from the Mullaiperiyar dam from the Idukki district and need their ten demands to be met. It consists of the manage of the dam to be exceeded over to the Theni district administration. Along with the ministers, officials, MLAs and the MPs to want permission from the Theni management earlier than getting into the dam premises.