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Main Canal's Discharge >> Abbassia Canal: 0 CS. Abbassia Link Canal: 2000 CS. Bahawal Canal: 400 CS. CRBC-III: 3592 CS. D.G Khan Canal: 0 CS. Eastern Sadiqia Canal: 3006 CS. Fordwah Canal : 2614 CS. Haveli Main Line: 3750 CS. Lahore Branch of BRBD Link.: 559 CS. LCC Feeder: 3900 CS. Lower Bahawal Canal: 3959 CS. Lower Bari Doab Canal: 7500 CS. Lower Chenab Canal: 8500 CS. Lower Depalpur Canal: 3831 CS. M.B.L of BRBD Link.: 1988 CS. M.L.L(U.C.C): 5500 CS. Mailsi Canal: 2230 CS. Main Line, L.J.C.: 5150 CS. Muzaffargarh Canal: 4500 CS. Pakpattan Canal Lower: 266 CS. Pakpattan Canal Upper: 4600 CS. Punjnad Main Line: 4000 CS. Qaim Canal: 500 CS. Rangpur canal: 1400 CS. Rangpur Canal Lower: 1400 CS. Sidhnai Canal : 2250 CS. Thal Canal Main Line Upper: 7200 CS. Upper Depalpur Canal: 1630 CS. Upper Jhelum Canal: 7504 CS.
Water is a critical resource for sustainable economic development of Pakistan and in this perspective irrigated agriculture is of great importance in the socio-economic life of the country.
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images Entitlement (Share) and actual withdrawals in 25 canals system (Mangla Command and Tarbela Command) during the 10-daily period for current Rabi/Kharif Seasons are shown in the web site.
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