LAHORE/ISLAMABAD - Pakistans Indus Water Commissioner Syed Jamaat Ali Shah has said that India can continue construction of dams on the rivers according to the Indus Water Treaty, while Foreign Office maintained that Delhi must honour the Treaty as Islamabad has numerous complaints regarding its violation. Jamaat Ali Shah stated this while talking to reporters during a brief chat at Lahore Airport before leaving for New Delhi on Saturday. He said that Pakistan is not going to International Court of Justice on the Kishanganga Dam project at the moment. The govt has directed us to hold final talks with India on the water issue. He also said that Pakistan is getting water from India according to the Indus Water Treaty. He said that environmental changes caused shortage of water in the rivers. He said that during the visit they would also ask New Delhi to issue flood warning to Pakistan before time. He also said there is no violation of the agreement on Ranbir and Partap Canals and India could continue construction of dams on the rivers. Meanwhile, Pakistan on Saturday asked India to abide by the Indus Waters Treaty and address Islamabads complaints about the unfair distribution of water by New Delhi. Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit, in a statement, urged India to honour the Indus Waters Treaty of 1960 in its letter and spirit saying Pakistan had many complaints about the violations of treaty by New Delhi. He said a Pakistani delegation, which is headed by Indus Waters Commissioner Syed Jamaat Ali Shah is visiting India to convey Pakistans concerns about Kishanganga project and inequitable water distribution on the part of New Delhi. He said that Pakistani delegation would press Indians to ensure equitable distribution of water during the course of talks. On terrorism, Basit said India and Pakistan must cooperate to fight and eliminate the global menace from the region. He also said that Indian preconditions for initiating dialogue process with Pakistan were also unacceptable. He added that the dialogue process should be irreversible and result-oriented. He blamed India for delay in the prosecution of Mumbai terror suspects and said Pakistan sincerely wanted India to provide complete evidence as early as possible so that the proceedings of prosecution could be started. He said that India on May 20 forwarded a 1000 page document claiming evidence of Mumbai attacks. Out of that, 800 pages were incomprehensible as those were neither in English nor in Urdu language, he added. There may be evidence in it but how can Pakistan proceed forward on the incomprehensible documents, he said. Basit said that India had been asked to provide English version of the documents to enable Pakistan to initiate the prosecution of Mumbai carnage suspects. APP adds: The three-day annual meeting of Pak-India Permanent Indus Water Commission will begin in the Indian capital today (Sunday) to discuss matters relating to flow of water in the rivers, exchange of data and early flood warning system. Talking to APP Saturday evening on arrival here, Pakistan Indus Water Commissioner Jamaat Ali Shah said it is an annual meeting being held to finalise report on meteorological data and annual schedule for visiting sites in each others country. Jamaat is heading a nine-memebr delegation, which also includes representatives from Wapda and Ministry of Water and Power.