ISLAMABAD (APP) - Indus Water Commissioner Jamaat Ali Shah said on Friday that Pakistan wants to resolve water issue with India bilaterally and in accordance with the Indus Water Treaty. Talking to a private TV channel, he said "Pakistan wants to resolve water issue with India bilaterally and in accordance with the Indus Water Treaty agreed between the two countries." He recalled that Pakistan had requested the World Bank for appointing neutral experts on Baglihar Dam adding Pakistan had accepted the verdict of the experts on the issue. He said decision is still pending on Wuller Barrage while Pakistan has also reservations on Kishanganga Hydro Power Project. He urged India to resolve the water issue with Pakistan without wasting any time. To a question he underlined the need for evolving a policy for water management. He said, "all stakeholders should be taken on board for evolving policy for water management to get water needed for irrigation and other purposes." To a question, he said some canals have been privatised in Sindh and Punjab on experimental basis. He said more canals should also be privatised keeping in view the performance of already privatised canals.