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Issues of conflict between india and pakistan

  1. 1. Issues of conflict between India and Pakistan  Sir Creek  Siachin Glacier  Water disputes-(Salal, Wullar, Baglihar and Krishna Ganga Projects
  2. 2. Sir Creek  Western terminas of Pak-India border in Runn of Kutch  Unsolved since 1969  Economically important rather than military point of view  Energy rich region,oil and gas reserves below the sea bed.  India claims that boundary should run in the middle while Pakistan maintains that it is part of Sindh.
  3. 3.  Boundary already demarcated in 1914 under British Indian Government  Eight round of talks have been held till now without a breakthrough  Pakistan has proposed for international arbitration but India flatly refuses it.
  4. 4. Siachin Glacier  Located in the eastern Karakorm range in the Himalaya Mountains  70 km long strip  Longest in the Karakorm and second largest in the world’s non-polar regions  Both the countries have maintained permanent military presence in the region
  5. 5.  India wants Pakistan to officially recognize LoC as permanent border, a demand that Pakistan can never accept  Almost 1 million dollars expenditure a day
  6. 6. Water disputes  Salal dam on River Chenab  Wullar Barrage-a storage at Wullar lake in 1980’s  Project halted in 1987 due to Pakistan’s objection  Baglihar Dam-project on River Chenab ,conceived in1992 and construction began in 1999.
  7. 7.  Serious implications for Pakistan agriculture  In 2007 the matter decided by World Bank  Krishna Ganga Project is 330 mega watt dam  Located in Muzafarabad
  8. 8.  Diversion will change the course of Neelum by around 100 km and Pakistan’s Neelum Valley will dry up  About 1228 water sharing treaties have been signed in the last 50 years, but still the disputes persist between both of the nuclear powers of the region.
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