Following the Pulwama attacks in Kashmir, India has decided to stop sharing river water with Pakistan.
Water Resources Minister Nitin Gadkari tweeted, “Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, our government has decided to stop our share of water which used to flow to Pakistan. We will divert water from eastern rivers and supply it to our people in Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab.”
40 CRPF troopers died in the Pulwama attacks and India blamed Pakistan for the attack. But the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is quite clear in his stance regarding it.
He said that India should ‘stop blaming Pakistan without any proof or evidence”. He urged Indian authorities to provide Pakistan with “actionable intelligence”.
Imran Khan said, “If you think that you will launch any kind of attack on Pakistan, Pakistan will not just think about retaliation, Pakistan will retaliate.”
He said that for a long time now India accuses Pakistan of militant separatists in Indian-administered Kashmir without any proof. He said that Pak government is ready to cooperate with India in investigating the attack but India need to think and look at why the Kashmiri youth have reached that stage where they no longer fear death.