Lahore: India and Pakistan today began what was seen as crucial talks on various aspects of the Indus Waters Treaty here. This was the first bilateral engagement since Prime Minister Imran Khan took office.
The water commissioners of Pakistan and India are required to meet twice a year and arrange technical visits to projects’ sites and critical river head works, but Pakistan had been facing a lot of problems in timely meetings and visits.
The Indian side is being represented by a delegation of the Indian Water Commission led by Commissioner P K Saxena whereas Pakistan Commissioner for Indus Waters Syed Meher Ali Shah and his delegation are representing Pakistan, it said.
Both the countries are expected to present their reports during the talks. After the meeting, a joint notification would be issued.
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