Myth vs reality in the Indus Waters Treaty: Can India stop water flow to Pak?
Indus water treaty of September 19, 1960, between India and Pakistan, is one of the most liberal water-sharing pacts in the world.
There is now a clamour to use the pact to bring the neighbour to mend its ways after the Uri attack proved Pakistan is both unable and unwilling to stop its territory being used by terrorists against India.
But can India use the Indus water treaty to force Pakistan to pay the price for its sponsorship of terrorism against India? Here are some myths surrounding the water-sharing pact and also what the reality is.
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