ISLAMABAD – The Indian delegation in Pakistan for holding talks regarding Indus Water Commission on Tuesday has agreed to halt working on Miyar hydroelectric project’s design.
The delegation led by Indian Indus Water Commissioner P.K. Saxena accepted Pakistan’s reservations on the disputed project during the last day of talks, reported Geo News.
Pakistan’s Indus Water Commissioner Mirza Asif Baig said that India will develop a new design of the project and share it with Pakistan.
He added that India will also review the design of the disputed Lower Kalnai hydroelectric project.
Talks on 13th Indo-Pak Indus Water Commission conference which commenced on Monday were concluded today afternoon.
Discussions on disputed projects including Miyar, Lower Kalnai, and Pakal Dul were part of the agenda of the two-day long meeting.