‘India will no longer allow its share of river waters to enter Pakistan from Dec 2020’

A source told an Indian channel that an official report has been prepared and is waiting for approval from the government.

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According to a foreign media report, India will no longer allow its share of river waters to flow into Pakistan from December 2020.

The report states that the Indian government is planning to stop two TMC of water of the Ujh River, which is a branch of the Ravi River flowing through the Kathua district in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

A source told an Indian channel that an official report has been prepared and is waiting for approval from the government.

In 2019, the Union Minister for Transport and Water Resources, Nitin Gadkari stated that the government was planning to construct three dams in Uttarakhand to halt India’s unused share of river water from flowing to Pakistan.

The Indus Waters Treaty signed in September 1960 was brokered by the World Bank. The treaty lays down rules for how the water of the river Indus and its branches that flow in Pakistan and India will be used.

According to the rules, India allows the water of Ravi, Beas, and Sutlej Rivers to flow into Pakistan. However, after the Uri attack in 2016, the Indian government had decided to fast track the water projects in the region to restrain the river flow across the border to Pakistan.

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