Pakistan will consider India’s attempt to divert water flow an act of aggression: FO – Pakistan

Foreign Ministry (FO) spokesman Dr. Mohammad Faisal said Thursday that Pakistan had "exclusive rights" over three western rivers, adding that any attempt by India to divert the flow of these rivers would be considered a "act of aggression."

While addressing a weekly press conference, the FO spokesman was asked a question about the recent statements by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop the flow of water to Pakistan.

According to India timesWhen addressing a rally, Modi had said his government would stop the flow of water to Pakistan and divert it to Haryana "as it legitimately belongs to the country and to the state's farmers."

Dr. Faisal said today: "After imposing a crushing curfew and disconnecting the Kashmir Valley for more than two months, some statements come from [the] The Indian leadership is another clear example of the fact that the current government of India is committed to making India an irresponsible and aggressive state that does not take into account human rights or international obligations. "

The FO spokesman said Pakistan had "exclusive rights" over the waters of three western rivers under the Indus Water Treaty.

"Any attempt by India to divert the flows of these rivers will be considered an act of aggression and Pakistan has the right to respond."

Tensions between neighboring countries increased after the decision of the Indian government to unilaterally revoke article 370 of its constitution, which granted special autonomy to occupied Kashmir, and intensified the ceasefire violations by India in the Control Line.



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