LAHORE Pakistans Indus Water Commissioner Jamaat Ali Shah on Saturday said Pakistan would not compromise on its water share according to Indus Water Treaty. Talking to reporters at Allama Iqbal International Airport before leaving to India to attend annual meeting of Indus Water Treaty, he said Pakistan was aiming at resolving all water-related issues amicably with India. He also pointed out that the detailed dialogue regarding the controversial Nimobazgo Power Plant would be held in the upcoming session, adding that the annual meeting of Indus Water Officials had also been tasked to find out a mechanism regarding the expected floods in the rivers of both India and Pakistan due to Monsoon rains during the next rain season. Jamaat Ali Shah further emphasised that Pakistan also wanted to resolve disputed Kishanganga Dam with India. In this connection, Pakistan had sought two names from India to form a reconciliatory committee within thirty days. However, if India did not nominate the representatives, Pakistan would raise the issue at the forum of World Bank to resolve the issue, he added.