Pak Complain on India to WB Over Kishanganga
Islamabad: Pak is ready to give a shock to India. In details, Pak is planning to give a complaint to the world bank over Kishan Ganga Hydroelectric Project. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Kishan Ganga project on Saturday during Jammu’s visit. The Kishanganga hydroelectric project, however, pak argued that the Indus Water Treaty was unconstitutional in the 1960s.
Radio Pakistan confirmed Monday that the complaint was lodged with the World Bank. US Ambassador to Pakistan Ejaz Choudhury told the media that their officials will hold talks with representatives of the World Bank in the next three days. The World Bank has also asked for a settlement of the Court of Arbitration to settle the dispute. Pak has been arguing that the design of the project will have serious damage to them. Despite the shift in the river flow, Pak’s objections have shown that the water below will be reduced. After the launch of the project in 2007, Pak approached the International Court of Justice. Construction work has been stalled for three years. Have a look at this video.<<SCROLL DOWN TO READ MORE.
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But in 2013 the international court ruled in favor of India. “This is part of the Indus Water Treaty. India has the right to build the hydroelectric center. Also, World Bank Agreement can also create dams on rivers, “the court ruled. On the other hand, the World Bank also says that it is constructing projects on Bharat Jhelam and Chenab sub.
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