ISLAMABAD (Agencies)- India has handed over technical data relating to Wullar Barrage to Pakistan after resisting the issue for 27 years. The Indus Water Commission has handed over the data to Nespak for critical evaluation. India had agreed to hand over all technical data to Pakistan, during the May dialogue in Islamabad, as Pakistan had expressed its severe reservations over what was a severe violation of Indus Water Treaty, since India would be storing 3,24,000 acre feet of water in this barrage, causing shortage of water in Jhelum River. Pakistan would be informing India about its final verdict after a month after carefull scrutiny of the issue.