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Indian water cannot flow to Pakistan

Indian water cannot flow to Pakistan

The tensions between India and Pakistan are very high now. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi clearly said that the water of India cannot be allowed to flow to Pakistan.

Modi attended a rally after laying the foundation stone for the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Bathinda. He talked to the rally and said that the farmers of India have a right over the water that flows through Indus. He said that he will get the water back adding that water that belongs to India cannot be allowed to flow to Pakistan.

Modi told everyone that the government has formed a task force regarding the Indus Water Treaty. This task force will make sure that farmers of Punjab and other states get every drop of water they deserve.

Talking about the power of Indian army, Modi said that after the surgical strikes Pakistan now fully knows what the Indian Army is capable of. He said that the army showed their strength to Pakistan.


Modi reminded everyone that when the school in Peshawar was attacked, every Indian mourned for the tragedy. Modi asked the people of Pakistan to tell their rulers to focus their fight on corruption, fake notes, poverty, black money and fake currency and not on India.

Pakistan had also given warnings to India. Pakistani army Chief General Raheel Sharif said that Pakistani army is also capable of responding to aggression. He said that if Pakistan ever launched surgical strikes in India, India would not be able to forget it for generations. Sharif made this comment as he is about retire soon. He said that if Pakistan did surgical strikes, Indian children would learn it in their syllabus for generations.

The General also dismissed India’s assertion that it carried out surgical strikes in Pakistan. He said that the Pakistan Army can teach a lesson to Indian forces.

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