Sunday, 3 April 2011

Movement against Indian water theft starts today


Pakistan Muthida Kisan Mahaz (PMKM) will be leading a movement from Sunday (today) to condemn Indian water aggression against Pakistan and to foil the Indian plan of depriving Pakistan from its share of water in the rivers irrigating both the countries by building dams on Chenab, Jehlum and Sindh. The protest movement will be launched from Mirpur (AJK) where PMKM chief Muhammad Ayub Khan Mayo will apprise the media about impact of construction of Kishan Ganga Dam on Pakistan’s agriculture, Mangla Dam and cities of AJK. The movement has jointly been arranged by the Pakistan Water and Power Action Committee and Muthida Kisan Mahaz Azad Jammu & Kashmir on Sunday. According to the plan, Muthida Kisan Mahaz AJK and Pakistan Water and Power Action Committee will also arrange a protest rally in Muzaffarabad on April 05, 2011 to highlight violations of human rights by India in Indian Held Kashmir, construction of dams on Chenab, Jhelum and Sindh rivers by India which would result in less water to Pakistan, making it unable to irrigate its fertile land or generate cheaper power to meet energy shortage.

The Baglihar hydroelectric dam on the river Chenab, which flows from Indian-occupied Kashmir into Pakistan
“India through constructing new dams and water reservoirs wanted to create a food crisis in Pakistan”, Muhammad Ayub Khan Mayo said in a statement issued here Saturday. He said Indian project of Kishan Ganga Dam would ruin Azad Kashmir’s beauty and environment. This is a conspiracy to destroy Nelum-Jhelum Power Project and an open economic war against people of Pakistan and Azad Jammu-o-Kashmir, he observed. He said that workers of Muthida Kisan Mahaz AJK and Pakistan Water and Power Action Committee will also submit a memorandum to UNO High Commission Muzaffarabad on the same day drawing the attention of the world conscience towards the Indian plan and its negative impact on AJK and Pakistan.


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