Pakistan, India Agrees to Form Indus Water Commission

Pakistan and India on Friday mutually agreed to form an independent Indus water commission comprising of neutral and transparent professionals, DawnNews reported.

Pakistan, India Agrees to Form Indus Water Commission

NEW DELHI: Pakistan and India on Friday mutually agreed to form an independent Indus water commission comprising of neutral and transparent professionals, DawnNews reported.

The decision was taken in a conference between Pakistan and India in New Delhi which was held under the banner of ‘track to diplomacy’ initiative.

The two countries also decided to install satellite telemeter system in Kashmir which will monitor the quality and quantity of water supplied through the rivers at 100 different places.

The experts of Indus water commission will be inducted from the World Bank, the United Nations (UN) and the European Union who will work under direct supervision of the UN, Dawn News was told.