LAHORE The government is not going to International Arbitration Court deliberately against India, which has been trying to destroy the agriculture of Pakistan by launching projects for stealing water of the three rivers in violation of Indus Water Treaty. This was stated by Muttahida Kisan Mahaz, announcing to launch a peaceful protest rally on the Pak-India border against 'Indian water theft as well as against its own government which is not raising voice against the heinous crime of the neighbour. Muttahida Kissan Mahaz President Ayub Khan Mayo said that India had not provided technical information about the new dams to Pakistan as required under the Indus Water Treaty. He claimed that India was trying to turn Pakistan into a Somalia by stopping and stealing water but warned the people of Pakistan would not allow India to materialise its nefarious intentions. He said that tthousands of Pakistani farmers will stage a protest demonstration against Indian water aggression at Pak-India border. The protesters, led by office bearers of Muttahida Kisan Mahaz, will reach at Zero line where they stage a protest demonstration against the Indian water aggression. The protesters will also set up camps against stoppage of water flow by India in River Chenab and other rivers besides violation of Indus Water Treaty. He said that the farmers vowed to wage war on it if it deprived the people of Pakistan of their due share in water. He said that a large number of people from all walks of life would participate the rally on motorcycles, vehicles, tractors and trolleys. He vowed that they would continue the struggle till the release of their due share of water. Muttahida Kissan Mahaz President addressing the press conference here at Press Club urged the government to approach the World Bank for nomination of a neutral expert for taking notice of stealing of Pakistani rivers water by India in violation of the Indus Water Treaty. He also called for forming a commission comprising leaders of political parties to pursue the matter. He said that India could only build run-of-river hydropower projects and utilise 2.85MAF water of the Chenab, Jhelum and Indus rivers under the Indus Waters Treaty. He urged the Pakistan government to stop India from river water diversion which was in violation of the treaty between the two countries. He said that India should not only provide complete information about water projects on the Jhelum and Chenab rivers but also allow representatives of Pakistan to inspect all projects. He said the Mahaz would continue to inform and educate the people of Pakistan about Indian water aggression through rallies and protest demonstrations.