India created shortage of water in Pakistan: Abid Sher
18 December, 2013
ISLAMABAD: State minister for Water & Power, Abid Sher Ali has said that India has created shortage of water inside Pakistan as it constructed dams on rivers.
"If Pakistan did not think seriously about construction of dams its soil will become infertile in future," he mentioned.
Ali said that availability of water will also be helpful to make progress in agricultural sector and it will also solve electricity shortfall.
Talking to media outside Parliament House on Tuesday, the minister urged all political parties to burry hatchets.
He said that masses expressed confidence over Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) in general elections to quit the country from quagmire of problems.
"Government should focus on common problems," the minister stated.
PML-N stalwart disclosed that country has been encircled by plethora of problems including law & order situation, economic crisis, corruption and shortage of energy.
"Government has taken every possible step to minimize these problems," the minister added.
Talking about Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Abid Sher Ali stated that PTI government has fallen prey to internal conspiracies and disputes.