The Foreign Office has made it clear that India’s attempt to divert Pakistani rivers would be considered offensive, Pakistan reserves the right to respond. Dr Faisal says that after ending Kashmir status, India was stuck in a closed street and now it could not find a way out.
Foreign Office spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal said at a weekly briefing that Pakistan had the right to use 3 western rivers under the Sindh Tas Treaty, India’s attempt to divert rivers would be considered offensive. And it is Pakistan’s right to respond.
The spokesperson further said that India was left alone on the global stage by ending Kashmir’s special status, with its own leaders and their people are opposing the decision, world leaders say Kashmir issue should be resolved, India stuck in closed lanes, now it does not find a way out
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