Indus Water Treaty: Mandatory to hold meetings with Pakistan every year, says India

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Friday said the Indus Water Treaty mandates the Commissioners of India and Pakistan to meet once in a year, adding it is incumbent to fulfill all obligations as part of the treaty. He further said that India's Indus Commissioner had detailed technical discussions in the meeting. India has denied Pakistan media claims that New Delhi had accepted Islamabad's reservations on the disputed Miyar Dam during the second and last day of talks of the Indus Water Commission in Islamabad.