ISLAMABAD: Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda said India blaming Pakistan for the Pulwama attack is just another attempt by New Delhi to divert attention from spy Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case in the International Court of Justice.
“After Pulwama here they come with another failed attempt to divert attention from the case which they are losing to protect their spy/terrorist Kulbhushan in ICJ,” Vawda wrote on Twitter. “India can’t blame us for its failures.”
On the subject of India threatening to stop river water supply to Pakistan, the federal minister said, according to the Indus Water Treaty India has eastern waters and they can’t even tap that.
India’s minister for Water Resources and River Development threatened to stop the supply of water from its eastern rivers to Pakistan and divert it to occupied Kashmir and Indian Punjab instead.
The threat was the latest in anti-Pakistan rhetoric coming from across the border since last week’s attack in Pulwama area of occupied Kashmir, which resulted in the deaths of more than 40 Indian soldiers.
Vawda further said, “So think about that, thinking of doing something to us is irrelevant and a joke. India is playing blame game for its elections which is not our weakness. It was Nawaz Sharif who embarrassed Pakistanis, those days are over it’s a changed Pakistan. So wake up.”
“It’s high time you realise the consequences of a war,” the minister warned.
He added, “Pakistan Army is not a dummy force. It’s bold, brave and well trained capable to destroy Modi’s generations but we don’t want that so learn that your warmongering won’t do you any good dear India.”
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