India would suffer, if it violated Indus Water Treaty: Marriyum
Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb has said that India itself would suffer if it violated the Indus Waters Treaty.
She was addressing a national consultation on "Pakistan's Water Challenge" in Islamabad on Thursday.
She said despite India's antagonistic and irresponsible attitude, Pakistan has been demonstrating tolerance and responsibility because it is an issue of regional peace and water security.
The minister said the government is evolving a comprehensive strategy to overcome challenges pertaining to the Indus Waters Treaty.
She said that Pakistan had the capacity and capability to deal with the matter and overcome the situation.
Marriyum Aurangzeb said India had been invited for talks under the Prime Minister's vision for peaceful neighborhood as the matter was linked to the progress of the peoples of two countries.