China Begins Sharing Information On The Brahmaputra, Sutlej Rivers: Following a Lot of year’s gap, China has resumed to sharing hydrological Information on the Brahmaputra and Sutlej rivers with India, That is an official of the Water Resources Ministry said. For river Brahmaputra, data was shared with China from May 15th, it’s starting to sharing information for the Sutlej from June 1st.
China Begins Sharing Information On The Brahmaputra, Sutlej Rivers. The issue is coming after both sides which are held the discussions over the problem in March. Data will need to shared twice per day before the month of October.
Last year, China ceased the exercise which is demonstrating that the hydrological gathering sites were washed away due to the floods. It also coincides with the 73-day Doklam stand-off that took place during the summit monsoon period.
The sharing of hydrological data also coincides with the 2 sides that agree to resume the annual exercise between the armies. The exercise is not taking place past as a result of Doklam stand-off.
The Brahmaputra is originating from Tibet and flows to the Arunachal Pradesh and Assam and later it drains into the Bay of Bengal through Bangladesh.
Sharing hydrological the data is very critical for generating information on the floods for the north-eastern states,” the official said.
Beijing has now begun to supplies the data from three hydrological stations that is Nugesha, Yangcun and Nuxia, lying on the mainstream of the Brahmaputra, which can also be referred to as Yarlung Zangbo in China and from the channel at Tsada for the Sutlej, that will be called Langqen Zangbo, the official said.
India also pays an annual amount of Rs.1 crore into China for providing data on these two important rivers, the official adds.
These are the points to describe the China begins sharing data on the Brahmaputra, Sutlej rivers’.
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