Addressing the audience at an inaugural ceremony in Punjab, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday that the surgical strikes by Indian Army in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir have wreaked havoc on Pakistan and taught them what the Indian Army was capable of.
In his remarks, PM Modhi stated that “our surgical strike created havoc across border. Pakistan now knows well what the Indian Army is capable of.” PM Modhi was inaugurating the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Bhatinda, when he brought up water-sharing the issue and the Indus Water Treaty. He revealed that “our farmers have the right over the water that flows through Indus. The government has formed a task force to see what can be done to make maximum use of water that flows to Pakistan under the Indus Water Treaty.” PM Modhi vowed that he would stop “every drop” of Indus water from going to Pakistan and keep it for the farmers of Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and (the rest of) India. He added that “the fields of our farmers must have adequate water. Water that belongs to India cannot be allowed to go to Pakistan.”