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Will no longer allow water to Pakistan: Indian PM Modi

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CHANDIGARH: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that work to stop water flow to Pakistan has begun.
Addressing rallies in Haryana, Narendra Modi said that New Delhi would stop water from Indian rivers that had been flowing to Pakistan and give it to Indian farmers.
Modi said, “This water belongs to farmers of Haryana, Rajasthan, and the country, and we will get it.” 
Modi further said, “India will put to use its share of water from the rivers flowing to Pakistan and ensure that every single drop is used for the country’s farmer. The work on this had started.”
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According to the Indian newspaper, Modi said that work towards realisation of the project had started and added that he was committed towards it. 
Modi highlighting the water distribution between the neighboring country, he said, “For the last 70 years, the waters that belonged to India and farmers of Haryana were going to Pakistan. Modi will stop it and bring it to your households.” 
The Indian government led by Modi has already been facing severe international pressure after revoking the constitutional autonomy of Indian-occupied Kashmir on since 5th August and imprisoning people in the occupied valley under a military curfew.
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