"Under the leadership of (Prime Minister Narendra Modi), our government has chose to stop our share of water which used to flow to Pakistan".
Talking exclusively on Dunya News program "Dunya Kamran Khan Kay Sath", he said that India gave an irresponsible statement regarding stopping the flow of water into Pakistan, adding that he had given reference to the issue in his letter to the United Nations chief.
The charities, known as Jamaat-ud-Dawa (Jud) and Falah-e-Inasaniyat Foundation (FIF), are allegedly fronts for the militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba (Let) that New Delhi says was behind the three-day carnage in the Indian financial capital, which left 166 people dead, including Americans.
"We will publish the outcomes from the meeting, including our updated statements identifying high-risk and other monitored jurisdictions, at the end of the meeting, on Friday afternoon", Alexandra Wijmenga-Daniel, FATF communications management advisor, said in an email.
The Pakistani government has authorised its military to "respond decisively and comprehensively to any aggression or misadventure" by neighbouring India, as tensions soar between the nuclear-armed rivals.
Indian Minister for Water Resources has confirmed the warning.
India has made a decision to block the flow of its water from three Indus rivers into Pakistan, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari tweeted on Thursday, days after the Pulwama terror attack in which 40 soldiers were killed in Kashmir by a suicide bomber of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad. "We will divert water from Eastern rivers and supply it to our people in Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab", Nitin Gadkari said in a series of tweets.More news: Why is Honda closing its Swindon factory and did Swindon vote Brexit?
The minister told that the construction of dam has started at Shahpur- Kandi on Ravi River.
Soon after the meeting that lasted over three hours, the interior ministry issued a statement in which it said that the NSC reviewed the National Action Plan (NAP) in detail.
". Water will be diverted to Yamuna". The move has further flared up tensions in the region with fears of a possible Indian use of force against Pakistan.
While control over the water flowing in three "western" rivers of India - the Indus, the Chenab and the Jhelum with the mean flow of 80 MAF - was given to Pakistan.
Moreover, there have been calls for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Team India to boycott their upcoming World Cup fixture against Pakistan.
In a notice, the organisation said they will take strong action against anyone who works with Pakistani artists.
India has long blamed Pakistan for a almost 30-year revolt in Jammu and Kashmir, its only Muslim-majority state.