India has stopped the Cenab River water, which has further aggravated the water availability problem in Pakistan hitting hard the upcoming crops. Sources said that the Kharif crop especially, cotton and sugarcane ready crops in the country would be badly affected due to water blockades, which at this stage need water most besides the upcoming Rabi crops would also be affected. Sources said that Indus Water Commission has apprised the federal government of this situation and a meeting has been called on Tuesday for reviewing the water reserves situation in the country. The meeting would also focus on exploring diplomatic solution of the issue. If the Chenab water blockade gets prolonged, then wheat production in the country would also be badly affected. Despite 23 million tons of record production of wheat, the government this year imported over 2 million tons of wheat. Water blockade would force Pakistan depending more on imported wheat. Earlier, the experts had estimated Pakistan facing 35 percent shortage of water during the upcoming Rabi crop.