Lahore: India agreed to allow Pakistan to visit the Kishanganga Project for inspection.
India allowed Pakistan to inspect Kishanganga Project and other projects in the Jhelum Basin. However, Pakistan will allow India to inspect Kotri Barrage over the Indus under Article VIII (4) (c) of the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT).
As indicated by the minutes of the 115th gathering of the Permanent Indus Commission held between the two nations from Aug 29 to 30 in Lahore. Pakistan likewise asked India to mastermind the Special Tour of Inspection of the activities in Jhelum basin including Kishanganga Project which is pending since 2014, on which ICIW (India’s Commissioner for Indus Waters) gave his confirmation to organize the same immediately.
Amid the gathering, the Pakistani and Indian specialists were consistent about fortifying the part of the Permanent Indus Commission. Islamabad additionally featured the need and requested that India share the data about potential tasks at the arranging stage for examination. Thusly any complaints (if raised by Pakistan) can be tended to in the outline at the beginning period of arranging as opposed to bantering with India at remiss stage when essentially joining the imperative changes turns into a test.