Foreign Office spokesman Dr. Muhammad Faisal has said that efforts by India to divert Pakistani rivers will be considered a reality and Pakistan reserves the right to respond.
According to the details, at his weekly news briefing, Dr. Faisal reacted strongly to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent statement, threatening to stop the flow of water to Pakistan.
Pakistan completes Kartarpur transit work, India suffers from global isolation, says Dr. Faisal.
Muhammad Faisal said that such statements coming from the Indian leadership are another glaring example of the fact that Modi government is bent upon making India an irresponsible aggressor state that has no regard for human rights and international obligations.
He said such statements should be an eye opener for the world which must realize the extremist government of Modi is a clear threat to peace in South Asia and the World.
He further said, The Prime Minister talked about resolving tensions between the brotherly countries and Iran, Foreign Ministry will answer regarding Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
There has been an accident in Saudi Arabia, but no Pakistani has been reported yet dead, FO spokesperson said.
He said the revocation of special status of occupied Kashmir has pushed India into the blind alley and it is not finding way to come out of this situation.
He said the world leaders today are demanding the resolution of this festering dispute.
He said resolution of the dispute lies in the plebiscite as per the UN Security Council resolutions.
Responding to a question about the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the spokesperson said Pakistan and Turkey have deep brotherly ties and both the countries maintain regular leadership level contacts.
He said the visit of the Turkish President has been postponed for the time being and it will be rescheduled.