Pakistan issues flood alert as India releases water from Alchi Dam

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As if India’s removal of Article 370 and not a timely response from the UN Security Council is enough, Pakistan today fears an imminent flood warning for river waters being released from India.

A message from the Pakistani province of Disaster Management Authority (ODIHR) Kimber-Pankundkwa had access to IANS, indicating the extent of fear in the Pakistani constitution following the recommendation by the Indian government of the Alchi Dam. Alchi, considered the highest barrier in the world, is a village in the Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir.

In his letter to ten areas, including Abbottabad, where al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed by US special forces, he says: “On the night of August 18, 2019, India opened Alchi Dam stores, which flood the Indians.

Concern among Pakistani authorities is felt in the following note: “It will take about 12 hours for this water to reach the Tarbela Dam and about 15 to 18 hours to reach the DI Khan. The Tarbela Dam called for the inflow and outflow to be regulated. of water to overcome the floods. ”

The note also states that river basins should be “supervised” and boating and swimming in those areas “restricted”.

Balakot, where the Indian Air Force bombed terrorist camps on February 26, is also located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

As India has taken a decisive step towards repealing Article 370 and dividing the state of Jammu and Kashmir into two parts, the Pakistani institution is in a state of shock and panic.

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