Islamabad: Pakistan is still to obtain additional data on rivers entering Pakistan from India despite heavy rains in catchment areas. India needs to begin providing data from 01 July on a regular basis before October 10 of each year. It was decided 31 years ago in 1989 in the framework of international agreements between Pakistan and India.
Here is located the diplomatic sources told the news on Saturday that Islamabad new Delhi recalled its responsibilities in this matter, but the Indian government has not replied about it. This decision was taken in accordance with the Treaty of Indus water (IWT) between the two countries signed in September 1960, which ensures the distribution of water of rivers flowing through two countries. Accord 1989 connects India with the commissioning of the system providing the necessary information so that arrangements can be made to disperse the water in rivers and channels.
In the case of severe water and flood-like situation, Pakistan can provide its people and properties According to the information provided in advance, the sources reminded.
Interestingly, India has started providing information after mid-August last year after repeated reminders Pakistan. The sources noted that experts have made a forecast of much more rain this year and a flood-like situation can happen suddenly, and it has become imperative for the administration and the relevant information in time.
Sources said that following the repeal of article 370 of the Indian Constitution, which paved the way for the annexation of Jammu and Kashmir (J & K) in new Delhi and the rulers, the current anti-Muslim extremist Narendra modi government to intensify efforts aimed at violating the IWT by building dams on water flowing into Pakistan through a flagrant violation of the Treaty.
India started lobbying with like-minded members of the UN. India circulated a draft plan, arguing that it needs to act on several options including the construction of new dams in j&k under the pretext of combating so-called climate change. Sources claim that India has very cleverly promoting its narrative, hinting that since J&K is now a territory of the Union, he has every right to use his waters of the rivers flowing into Pakistan.
Indian lobbyists in Washington also attended by several democratic and Republican congressmen to secure their support for the move. Strategy on two fronts: first, to build dams and store water and supply of cutting water flow into Pakistan and, second, to open the gate when the water level at the proposed dam from glassier going explosion, flood in Pakistan, and causing chaos and destruction all around.
The sources recalled that the Indian diplomats were openly told that after the abolition of article 370, it will be discussed that since this is an internal matter of India to use the water flowing from J&K, Delhi and has no obligations in respect of IWT.
Sources believe that the new Indian would have serious consequences for Pakistan, as he moved from conventional warfare to hybrid war fifth new generation. This step could potentially suppress about 220 million people of Pakistan.
SRSP is a Global intermediary Bank settlement, signed at Karachi on 19 September 1960 between Pakistan and India to use water in the six rivers of the Indus system.
Under this agreement, India was given control over the water flowing in the three Eastern rivers, Beas, Ravi and Sutlej, with an average flow of 33 million acre-feet (MAF), while Pakistan was given control over the water flowing in the three Western rivers – the Indus, the Chenab and the Jhelum with an average flow of 80 MAF.
The Indian Union Minister of water resources has said publicly, the Indian government began the process of stopping water from Himalayan rivers flowing into Pakistan, is not violating IWT. Work has already begun, to stop the waters that flow into Pakistan (on the Indus Treaty).
“I’m talking about water that is going to Pakistan, and I’m not talking about breaking the Treaty of the Indus,” the Indian Minister said.
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