Bharats (aka India) has been unable to resolve any of her boundary disputes with any of her neighbors. Bharats norhtern border is in a state of constant hot and cold war with China. Her disputes with Bangaldesh pre-date the country. Her issues with Nepal are never ending. The Bharati attempt to bifurcate Sri Lanka were recently defeated when the RAW agent was killed. China, Pakistan and Lanka cooperated to defeat the designs of Delhi.
Bharat also has water disputes with Bangladesh at the Furrakha Barrage which infringes on the rights of the lower reparian (technical term to designate those living on the receiving end of the water).
Bharat after illegally occupying Kashmir using a fake article of accession which it now claims is lost 9as if it ever existed) has now built an illegal dam called Kishanganga dam on the Neelam river which eventually flows down to the Indus in Pakistan.
The Americans forced Field Marshall Ayub Khan to sign the Indus Water treaty. They had promised the construction of a dozen dams to alleviate the shortage of water (and electricity). Only the Mangla and Tarbeal were built. The other dams got delayed due to a myriad of issues–too lengthy to get into.
Bharat has built over 60 dams in Indian Occupied Kashmir. It uses these dams to prevent the flow of water to Pakistan, or on occasion, it simply floods hundreds of villages. This is a direct violation of the Indus Water Treaty, the United State Resolutions and International Law on riparian rights. Delhi gets away with these acts of war. Terrorism has many faces. One face of state terrorism is murdering innocent farmers by starving them, or by flooding their fields.
Bharat claims that the Kishanganga dam is for the production of electricity only. This is a fake excuse and does not hold water (pun intended).
NEW DELHI (APP) – India claimed on Thursday that the stage of differences or disputes on controversial Kishenganga Dam had not arisen and the issue could be further discussed at Commission level.
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Pakistan has informed that differences and disputes over the project have arisen and needed to be resolved under the provisions of the Indus Waters Treaty 1960 relating to the Settlement of Differences and Disputes, the Minister said.
The Minister said India has fully explained the compliance of the project with the provisions of the Treaty and has therefore affirmed that the stage of differences/disputes has not arisen and the issues can be further discussed at Commission level.
The Treaty provides for the settlement of issues at Permanent Indus Commission level or at Government level by mutual agreement or, through a Neutral Expert or Negotiators/Court of Arbitration and the resolution of the issues is contingent upon either of these, the Minister said. Pakistan has raised serious objections over the designing of the controversial dam India is building on River Neelum in occupied Kashmir as on completion, it will obstruct the flow of water in the river which is against the provisions of the Indus Basin Treaty.
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Responding to a question about violation of Indus Basin Water Treaty by India, the President said he raised the issue with the Indian Prime Minister during their first meeting. He said the government was conscious of this very grave issue of water shortage and taking steps for its conservation. He said a special assistant to prime minister on water had been appointed which reflected the significance that the government attached to the issue.
The President also emphasised on the importance of water conservation and said the modern ways and technologies of irrigation should be utilised for conservation of precious water resources. He also highlighted the importance of increasing per acre yield of various agricultural crops and optimising the production of sugarcane to produce ethanol fuel. He added the government was seeking Chinese help and expertise for enhancing per acre yield of wheat, rice, cotton and other agricultural crops.
About energy crisis, President said the government had a long-term strategic vision to tackle the problem. He said small and big dams at different locations could generate up to 60,000 megawatts of electricity and negotiations for 20,000 megawatt capacity were already underway. He said the power generation remained in the public sector and it was the PPP government in 1993-96 that involved the private sector and made the country surplus in power. The Nation