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We have neither concern nor objection if India diverts water: Pakistan

In response to an Indian minister’s statement that his country has decided to stop the flow of water to Pakistan from its share in the rivers under the Indus Water Treaty (IWT), Pakistan says it has no concern if India diverts water of eastern rivers.
Indias threats an attempt to divert attention from Kulbhushan caseBut we will definitely express our concerns and raise objections strongly if they use or divert waters of western rivers (Chenab, Indus, Jhelum) on which our right to use prevails, he maintained.He said the planned Shahpurkandi dam was actually the stage-2 of the Ranjit Sagar dam. Though this project will also generate power, it will be used for irrigation purposes, he added.
While commenting about the proposed visit of Indian experts (Indias commissioner for Indus waters) to Kotri Barrage (Sindh, Pakistan) keeping in view the tension between the two countries after the Pulwama terrorists attack, the commissioner said: Lets see what happens in this regard. But we hope for the best.
Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda on Friday said India blaming Pakistan for the Pulwama attack is just another attempt by New Delhi to divert attention from spy Kulbhushan Jadhavs case in the International Court of Justice.February 23rd  2019.

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