Modi vows to stop flow of river waters into Pakistan


HARYANA: India has said that it would stop water of the rivers belonged to New Delhi from flowing into Pakistan.

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This was stated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing an election rally in Haryana’s Charkhi Dadri area.

He said that for the last 70 years river waters belonged to India had been going to Pakistan, adding that he will let this happen anymore.

Indian farmers specially from Haryana and Rajasthan have the right over this water, Modi said and vowed to stop flow of this water into Pakistan.