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India can not stop water flowing in Pakistan: Top Pakistani officials

Sindhu river agreement : Pakistan has said that India can not stop the water flowing towards sindhu river agreement and if it happens then it will go to the International Court for Arbitration.

Pakistan has said that India can not stop the water flowing towards Indus river agreement and if it happens then it will go to the International Court for Arbitration. Pakistan’s Geo News has quoted a top official of the Permanent Commission of Pakistan connected to the Sindhu water that “India is constantly showing aggression towards water”.

The Pakistani official said that if India stops the waters of Ravi, Sutlej and Beas rivers, then go to the Islamabad International Court for Arbitration. Let us say that after the Pulwama suicide attack, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had said last month that India has decided to stop the water from its share in Pakistan. At that time, Pakistan responded by saying that if India stops the water of its share then it is not worried.

According to the Geo News report, the Pakistani official said, “The Ministry of Water and Energy is reviewing India’s move to stop water from Pakistan.” Under the Indus Water Treaty, India can not stop the flow of water towards Pakistan and if they do so, we will go to the International Court of Arbitration. ‘

The official said that the Sindhu Water Commission of India has not told Pakistan anything about the step to stop the flow of water. The official said that it would take years for India to divert the stream of water flowing towards Pakistan. Under the Indus Water Convention in 1960, the western rivers – Sindhu, Jhelum and Chenab water are in Pakistan’s part and the waters of Eastern rivers – Ravi, Beas and Sutlej – are in the part of India.

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