`Not conceded anything to India on water sharing`
Islamabad: Pakistan has said it has not conceded anything to India during the recent talks in New Delhi on sharing of river waters.
During the talks, India allayed Pakistan`s apprehensions about the design of the Chutak and Uri-II hydropower projects being built on the Indus and Jhelum rivers in Jammu and
Kashmir, Pakistani Indus Waters Commissioner Jamaat Ali Shah told reporters after returning home last night.
India will provide more information to Pakistan about these two projects within a week, he said.
In case India failed to do so, Pakistan will use its right to go to the International Court of Arbitration or engage neutral experts, he said.
Pakistan still has objections to the design of the Nimmo-Bazgo hydropower project being built by India, Shah said.
He also said Pakistan has not conceded anything to India during the talks in New Delhi.
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