Cauvery water release was handled by the monsoon.

Heavy rainfall in Kodagu and Mysuru has wiped away fears of releasing Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu . The state government has argued for the construction of the Makedatu dam .

Mysuru: Karnataka's fear of releasing Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu has been wiped away by heavy rainfall in Kodagu and Mysuru, according to revenue minister R Ashoka.Because of the rainfall, we have been able to supply the required amount of water to the lower riparian state since 2019, said Kollegal.The state government has argued for the construction of the Makedatu dam and will push the Centre to approve it, according to Kollegal.Ashoka said that there was no shortage of funds to support the displaced people.According to the Congress, the government lacks funds to help flood victims.

According to CM Basavaraj Bommai, additional funds had been promised at least Rs 500 crore.He said 807 families had been relocated from rain-stricken areas around the state.