Pakistan demands another round of water talks with India


Pakistan has demanded to hold another round of water talks with India in October to discuss issues pertaining to sharing of water resources under the Indus Water Agreement, sources said on Friday.

According to details, Indus Water Commissioner Syed Mehar Ali Shah has penned down a letter to his Indian counterpart, demanding another round of talks to discuss Pakistan-India water dispute.

Sources that Pakistan has demanded India to convene a meeting on latter’s controversial water projects including Pakal Dul. The last meeting of the Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) was held in May 2022.—INP


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