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India Bangladesh sign a MoU on Interim Water Sharing of Kushiyara River

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The Union Jal Shakti Ministry said on 26 August 2022 that India and Bangladesh have finalized the text of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on interim water sharing of Kushiyara River. 

The text was finalized during the 38th Meeting of the Ministerial level Joint Rivers Commission of India and Bangladesh held in New Delhi on 25th August, 2022.

The Indian side was led by the Union Jal Shakti Minster Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, and the Bangladeshi side was led by State Minister for Water Resources, Zaheed Farooque

The meeting was held after 12 years.  

Other decision taken at the Joint Rivers Commission meeting 

  •  Both sides also welcomed finalization of the design and location of water intake point on the Feni River to meet the drinking water needs of Sabroom town in Tripura as per the October 2019 India -Bangladesh MoU on this subject.
  • India has agreed to share the real time flood data with Bangladesh beyond 15th October 2022 to help Bangladesh.
  • India and Bangladesh will exchange data on 8 more common rivers so as to promote water sharing between the two countries. At present India and Bangladesh share data on 7 rivers.

India Bangladesh River water Cooperation 

  • According to the Jal Shakti ministry, India and Bangladesh share 54 rivers including Ganges, Teesta, Manu, Muhuri, Khowai, Gumti, Dharla, Dudhkumar and Kushiyara and others.
  • Disputes between East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and India were frequent over the sharing of the rivers and its utilisation. 
  • After the formation of Bangladesh in 1971 the two countries set up the Joint Rivers Commission of India and Bangladesh in 1972 as a bilateral mechanism to address issues of mutual interest on common / border / transboundary rivers.

Kushiyara river

  • It is a branch of the Barak River. The Barak River rises in Manipur Hill in Manipur and after flowing through Mizoram it enters Assam.
  • The river next splits into two branches, the Surma (north) and the Kushiyara (south), which enter Bangladesh and turn southwest. 
  • The Kushiyara River forms the boundary between Assam and Sylhet district of Bangladesh.

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