Meanwhile, the South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People has welcomed the court's order but has also stated, "The High Court would also need to ask the state government as to what steps it has taken to ensure that the water released for Ujjani actually goes to the deserving drought prone area and also what steps have been taken to stop the unjustifiable, unviable and unsustainable water use activities like westward diversions, sugarcane cultivation and sugar mill operations in drought period are stopped.
What does SANDRP stand for?
SANDRP stands for South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People (India)
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Dozens of dam projects are already caught up in litigation due to faulty environmental impact assessments, displacement of people, inadequate compensation, destruction of traditional water and livelihood sources, and loss of biodiversity," says Himanshu Thakkar, coordinator of the South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers and People.