Faisal Vawda terms India’s water threat ‘childish’

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Water Sources Faisal Vawda on Thursday mentioned water threats from India was a infantile admonition and confirmed their state of panic, ARY Information reported.

Talking to ARY Information, he mentioned India was even struggling to handle its personal water, “how might it cease the water of Pakistan.”

He warned Pakistan’s supply for peace shouldn’t be misconstrued as its weak spot.

India is doing all that for reasonable fame, he added. The minister mentioned India should not assume Pakistan as a weak state. “Pakistan’s response to any Indian misadventure might be remembered by seven generations of their nation.”

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He mentioned Pakistan military was a courageous military and it might defend its motherland courageously.

India’s minister for transport and water sources Nitin Gadkari on Thursday mentioned that his nation would cease the movement of contemporary water from japanese rivers to Pakistan which is assured below the Indus Water Treaty

Gadkari went on to assert that the federal government had began the development of Shahpur Kandi Dam on Ravi, which might be used to divert the river’s water to Jammu and Kashmir.

Members of the Indian authorities have been calling for ‘water struggle’ towards Pakistan by blocking the movement of japanese rivers after India did not substantiate its allegations towards Pakistan following Pulwama assault.

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