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Bangalore: Taking objections to the reported move of the Tamil Nadu Government in inviting tender for its proposed project in Hogenakkal, Chief Minister B. S. Yeddyurappa has urged that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should intervene for finding an amicable solution to the issue. Speaking on the sidelines of the launch of excursion for primary school children here on Friday, Mr. Yeddyurappa said that it was not right on the part of the Tamil Nadu Government to invite tender for the project without informing the State. The Tamil Nadu Government’s attitude would not augur well for the existing harmonious relationship between the two States, he added.

— Special Correspondent

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