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Indus water treaty: Indian PM calls for an official briefing today

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be briefed on the provisions of the Indus Waters Treaty by senior officials Monday (today), a discussion seen as significant in the light of India-Pakistan tensions following the death of 18 soldiers in a terrorist strike at an Army camp in Uri last week.

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According to sources, he will discuss the pros and cons of the treaty with the officials. In India, there has been a growing clamour to review the treaty. Only recently, the spokesperson for the external affairs ministry said that “mutual trust and cooperation” was important for such a treaty to work.

“For any such treaty to work, it’s important that there must be mutual cooperation and trust between both the sides. It cannot be a one-sided affair,” he had said when asked if the government would review the treaty.

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    • Bharat said:

      its not fighting like sending terror to India and hitting from back.
      Its isolation to Pakistan from water supply….!!!
      If possible No Water No production at Pakistan….haha.

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