India Takes First Step Towards Indus Water Treaty Withdrawal

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This should tank KSE stocks even further. At least foreign capital will fly out.
 

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Man I am going to CASHMERE
Will piss in it before the last drop reaches pottystan.anybody coming with me????
 

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High time we scrap that treaty .............................................................................
 

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If India is trying to withdraw from water treaty, she will leave Pakistan no option but war.
What will war bring to others? Huge purchase order!!
There is nothing better than a war between two countries on saving everyone else.

The war itself will create demand to military equipment!
The rebuilding after the war will create huge demand on civilian goods!

Everyone will thank you.
 

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:facepalm:

If India is trying to withdraw from water treaty, she will leave Pakistan no option but war.
What will war bring to others? Huge purchase order!!
There is nothing better than a war between two countries on saving everyone else.

The war itself will create demand to military equipment!
The rebuilding after the war will create huge demand on civilian goods!

Everyone will thank you.
even better,
will give us a reason to split that shithole in n number of parts
will keep our next gen safe from cross border terrorism:hat::hat::hat::hat::hat::hat::hat::hat::hat::hat:
 

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:facepalm:

If India is trying to withdraw from water treaty, she will leave Pakistan no option but war.
What will war bring to others? Huge purchase order!!
There is nothing better than a war between two countries on saving everyone else.

The war itself will create demand to military equipment!
The rebuilding after the war will create huge demand on civilian goods!

Everyone will thank you.
Who told you India is withdrawing from the treaty.
Prime Minister Modi has decided to expedite the construction of Dams along the Jammu region so that people out there wont suffer from water scarcity. That's it, nothing more.
 

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First step is utilizing what we are legally entitled to and completing the damns that would enable us to control water flow as required.
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If India is trying to withdraw from water treaty, she will leave Pakistan no option but war.
What will war bring to others? Huge purchase order!!
There is nothing better than a war between two countries on saving everyone else.

The war itself will create demand to military equipment!
The rebuilding after the war will create huge demand on civilian goods!

Everyone will thank you.
You're welcome.

Let Pakis wage a war if they dare to. You can supply your shitty weapon systems like JF17.

Now, go whine about SCS and issue idle threats like the Pakis do.
 
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:facepalm:

If India is trying to withdraw from water treaty, she will leave Pakistan no option but war.
What will war bring to others? Huge purchase order!!
There is nothing better than a war between two countries on saving everyone else.

The war itself will create demand to military equipment!
The rebuilding after the war will create huge demand on civilian goods!

Everyone will thank you.
I can't understand that why people jump in without even reading the details about topic?:facepalm:
My intelligent friend:
India under utilizes IwT using only 20% when it should use at least 40%. Even if we start using 50%, pakistanis can't object because we just took back the concession within the conditions of IWT which we gave them earlier.
Pakistanis want World Bank to mediate IWT but in fact it's bilateral treaty which was not facilitated any UN member.

So, nobody will give a damn even if war breaks (unlikely because India won't violate but will just exploit under conditions).
Though, even in this unlikely scenario, imagine even if India blocks water completely,

Pakistan boasted of bravery of it's army and warned us against any surgical strike and took a video with us as proof. As Pakistan doesn't have nuts or balls to retaliate, they denied.
Similarly, even if India blocks water (unlikely), they will come up with new argument but won't undergo war.
Mark ny Words.:biggrin2:
 

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@no smoking , check the capability of Pak Army ....................they dont have ability to fight against Indian Army in the battlefields ............this is why they are sending terrorists ...............

IWT will be dumped & Pakis will not be able to no anything except crying .
 
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India slams World Bank decision on Indus Treaty

The Indus Waters Treaty 1960, which settled the sharing of the Indus waters, is internationally regarded as an example of successful conflict-resolution between two countries otherwise locked in a bad relationship. | The Hindu Photo Library
While India had asked for appointment of a neutral expert over Pakistan’s objections to projects first, Pakistan appealed directly for formation of a Court of Arbitration.

India lashed out at the World Bank for its decision to favour Pakistan on the Indus Water Treaty dispute process over the Kishenganga and Ratle dam and hydropower projects.
While India had asked for the appointment of a neutral expert over Pakistan’s objections to the projects first, Pakistan appealed directly for the formation of a Court of Arbitration (CoA) as it claims India has violated the 1960 treaty.
“Inexplicably, the World Bank has decided to continue to proceed with these two parallel mechanisms simultaneously. India cannot be party to actions which are not in accordance with the Indus Waters Treaty,” said a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson from Tokyo, shortly after Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed there. “The government will examine further options and take steps accordingly,” he said.
When asked if the strong language in the statement indicated India would consider cancelling the Indus Water Treaty arbitration process, or even, as it had threatened after the Uri attacks, would consider abrogating the treaty itself, a government source said, “The World Bank’s illegal action has brought into question the workability of the Indus Water Treaty.”
Dispute internationalised
The MEA statement came just hours before the World Bank was due to draw lots by which it selects “umpires” for the Court of Arbitration. On Tuesday, Pakistan’s Water and Power secretary Mohammad Dagha informed its Senate that the World Bank had begun the process requested by Pakistan under Arbitration Article IX of the Indus Water Treaty rather than India’s appeal for the Permanent Indus Commission (PIC) or at most a neutral expert to mediate on what India called “technical issues” with Pakistan.
Officials said the World Bank’s action of going ahead with Pakistan’s claim had escalated the differences into an international dispute. The Hindu has learnt that Mr. Modi held a high level meeting on the issue last week, where several senior officials proposed that India should pull out of the arbitration entirely unless the World Bank changes, what one official referred to as its “legally untenable” stance on Pakistan “intransigence”.
World Bank country director Junaid Ahmad, an official of Bangladeshi origin, is expected to speed up efforts at reconciling the matter in the next few days. “This is a matter of worry for us all,” a diplomat from a third country told The Hindu, indicating that the current military tensions between India and Pakistan, and the escalation in cross-border and cross-LoC firing was adding to the urgency of having the matter resolved.
 

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If India is trying to withdraw from water treaty, she will leave Pakistan no option but war.
What will war bring to others? Huge purchase order!!
There is nothing better than a war between two countries on saving everyone else.

The war itself will create demand to military equipment!
The rebuilding after the war will create huge demand on civilian goods!

Everyone will thank you.
Huge purchase order FROM INDIA to other nations other than china...

and huge Begging order from pakistan to china...and china have to oblige if it wants to keep the terrorists in pakistan happy else china knows where it will get hurt.

Everyone will screw you!!

Well!!! if china stays with pakistan..china wont get any piece of "demand" from India.
:D
 

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She will leave Pakistan no option but war.
And die like a bitch.


Learn the history of present day region now called "Pakistan" they have not won any single war in their entire recorded history of 3000 ~ years.


They were persecuted slaves and always remain under our boots by fearing us.
 

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