Kachhi canal to irrigate 72000-acre land: CS Balochistan
CS Balochistan, Mathar Niaz Rana and other officers inspecting various portions of Kachhi canal project: Photo provided by DGPR

Kachhi canal to irrigate 72000-acre land: CS Balochistan

From Our Correspondent :

Chief Secretary Balochistan, Mathar Niaz Rana on Sunday said the Kachhi canal would irrigate over 72,000 lands. The CS, Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Rai Tahir, Additional Chief Secretary (development), Saboor Kakar and other high ups visited various sections of the mega project.

The high-level official delegation thoroughly reviewed all projects relating to the mega project and its impacts on socio-economic development.

Completion of the project to open new vistas of developmentĀ 

“Completion of this project would open new vistas of development”, Mathar Niaz Rana observed. The official delegation paid an aerial visit of the Kachhi canal.

The project director briefed the officers about the pace of work and its implication. The project would have far-reaching positive impacts on the socio-economic development of the area.

“This will bring an agriculture revolution”, the CS mentioned.

Kachhi Canal starts at Tunsa Barrage at Indus RiverĀ 

Kachhi canal is a 399 km long canal, out of which 305 km is in Punjab and only 94 km is in Balochistan. It starts at Tunsa Barrage at the Indus river. It will irrigate lands in Dera Bugti and other parts of Balochistan also.

The CS Balochistan directed the concerned quarters to ensure timely and quality completion of the mega project. He asked the officers to ensure regular monitoring of the project.

Kachhi canal to irrigate 72000-acre land: CS Balochistan

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