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Islamabad: (Web Desk) India has started using traditional tactics to escape from the Indus Basin Agreement, with efforts to stop the judicial process due to weakening of the case at the World Bank arbitration court.
In the absence of an effective defense on the controversial design of the Kishanganga and Ratal hydropower projects, India is once again gearing up for an escape by offering to renegotiate the Indus Basin Agreement. in the World Bank conciliation court.
On the other hand, Pakistan has made a firm decision not to allow the renewal of the Indian Basin Agreement in any case.
The Indian Basin Agreement is a time-tested effective agreement between two sovereign states, any change in the agreement is only possible with the mutual consent of both parties, unilateral change and interpretation of any provision of the agreement is irrelevant, Indian Basin. According to the agreement, Pakistan has the right to the water of Chelum and Chenab rivers.
On August 19, 2016, Pakistan formally appealed to the World Bank’s Arbitration Court regarding the disputed design of Indian water projects.
It should be said that experts call the 330 megawatt Kishan Ganga project only a strategic project, the Kishan Ganga and Ratale water projects are a reflection of the Modi government’s water aggression against Pakistan.
Pakistan’s 1,000 megawatt Neelum Jhelum project could be seriously affected by the Kishan Ganga project, while Pakistan’s case to block any attempt by India to escape from the World Bank arbitration court is based on clear points.

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