The Indus Water Commissioners of Pakistan and India are booked to hold talks in New Delhi on March 23 and 24.
As indicated by the public authority sources, the discussions will zero in on the water questions between the two nations. An assignment of Pakistani authorities including Indus Water Commissioner Mehr Ali Shah and Foreign Office Spokesman Zahid Hafeez will go to the gathering in New Delhi.
The past meeting of talks was held in Lahore, two years prior. Pakistan will introduce its complaints over India’s quarrelsome water projects on River Chenab, the sources said.
Indus Water Commissioner Mehr Ali Shah has said that Pakistan’s assignment will go to the two-day meeting in New Delhi. “We stay by our position concerning four combative Indian hydroelectric undertakings including Pakal Dul and Ratle power project,” Shah said.
The gathering will likewise survey the issues with two new Indian hydropower projects – 19MW Darbak and 24MW Naimu Challing.