Indian Top Minister Narendra Modi on Friday stated that water which ‘belongs’ to India cannot be allowed to float into Pakistan, Indian Categorical reported.
“The fields of our farmers will have to have good enough water. Water that belongs to India cannot be allowed to go to Pakistan… The federal government will do the entirety to supply sufficient water to our farmers,” the Indian PM stated on the inauguration of the All India Institute of Clinical Sciences in Bathinda.
Talking in reference to the Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan, the hardline Hindu nationalist denied being enthusiastic about politics, whilst his statements have been termed a bid to woo Punjabi farmers through Indian media.
“We shaped a role pressure at the Indus Water Treaty to ensure that the farmers of Punjab and different states get each and every drop of water due to them,” Modi stated.