Narendra Modi threatens to cut off Pakistan’s water supply

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NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi has threatened to cut off Pakistan’s water supply.
During a rally in Indian Punjab, Modi claimed that India’s water is flowing in Pakistan but they will not let it happen now.
He argued that India has the right on the waters of Sutlej, Ravi and Beas which is flowing in the Pakistani territory.
“Indian farmers have the right on the waters of Sutlej, Ravi and Beas. It is flowing in Pakistan but they are not making any use of it,” he said.
“The water does not come to your (Indian farmers) fields but goes to the rivers of Pakistan,” Modi said.
He vowed that he will bring every drop of Indian water from Pakistan back to the country for his farmers and people.
Modi once again made false claims of surgical strikes against Pakistan and while demonstrating duplicity advised the Pakistani nation to fight against poverty, black money and corruption.

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