Indian delegation arrives in Pak to hold talks on Indus Waters Treaty

LAHORE: A delegation of the Indian Water Commission arrived in Pakistan today to hold crucial talks with its counterpart on various aspects of the Indus Waters Treaty, the first bilateral engagement since Prime Minister Imran Khan took office.

            Pakistan Water Commissioner Syed Mehr Ali Shah and additional commissioner Sheraz Jamil received the nine-member Indian delegation led by Water Commissioner P K Saxena on its arrival here via Wagah border.

            Talking to reporters, Shah said talks between the two countries will be held on water issues on Wednesday and Thursday in Lahore. (AGENCIES)