- Delegation of Pakistan Indus Water Fee to go away for India tomorrow to carry talks concerning water dispute.
- Talks between the 2 nations will likely be held on March 23 and March 24 in New Delhi.
- The final dialogue was held in 2018 in Lahore, however per the Indus Water Treaty, water talks have to be held yearly.
In a bid to debate the continued water dispute between India and Pakistan, a delegation of the Pakistan Indus Water Fee is ready to go away for India tomorrow (Monday, March 22), Geo Urdu reported.
Based on the Indus Water Fee, talks concerning the water dispute between the 2 nations will likely be held on March 23 and March 24 in New Delhi. The Pakistani delegation is headed by the Commissioner for Indus Waters Syed Muhammad Mehr Ali Shah, whereas the Indian facet will likely be led by Indian Commissioner for Indus Waters Pradeep Kumar Saxena.
Per the Indus Water Fee, the Pakistani delegation may also increase objections concerning the controversial water initiatives in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).
Pakistan has reservations over a few of India’s water initiatives, together with Ratle and Pakal Dul.
The fee stated that the 2 sides final met in 2018 in Lahore, however underneath the Indus Water Treaty, water talks have to be held yearly.