Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah had expressed his keenness to abandon on September 12th itself when Supreme Court ordered to release 12,000 cusecs of water daily till September 20th, according to the sources. Chief Minister was advised against any such political misfortune by the party high command. The message was reportedly communicated strongly by novice Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge and MP Oscar Fernandes. If Siddaramaiah assert on going with the people, he will have to expel the post citing moral grounds without making any adverse remarks on the order. Such a move could make him a hero and pay political dividends in battles ahead, according to the sources. But the party will have to elect a new Chief Minister and implement the order or caliper for imposition of President's rule, which could lead to upsurge of the crisis. 

It will also nourish Tamil Nadu's unvarying demand for initiate the Cauvery Management Board to take over control and manage the reservoirs in Cauvery basin. Any such misadventure will deal a big blow for Karnataka's long-term interests in the Cauvery dispute as the Special Leave Petition of Karnataka challenging the final award of Cauvery Tribunal is set to come up for hearing in SC on October 18, said Congress leaders who advocate a heedful approach in dealing with the critical point, at least till October 18.

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