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Punjab Annual canals closure schedule 2013-2014

Punjab Annual canals closure schedule for de-silting

Lahore (Friday, Nov 22, 2013) – Punjab Irrigation Department on Thursday announced schedule for annual closure of canals during Rabi season 2013-14 for de-silting. According to the announced schedule, canals pertaining to Project Management Office (PMO), Punjab Barrages, and the Thal Canal, which off takes from Jinnah Barrage and Lower Chenab Canal (except Jhang Branch) that emerges from Khanki Headwork, shall remain closed from January 13 to 30, 2014. It is pertinent to mention here that Punjab Irrigation department announced to close these canals every year for de-silting.

Punjab Irrigation Department Logo
Punjab Irrigation Department Logo

Schedule of Canals Closure 2013-2014

Lower Jhelum canal

Rasul Qadirabad Link

Qadirabad Balloki Link

Lower bari Doab Canal

Balloki Sulemanki Link

Uper Pakpattan Link

Eastern Sadiqia Canal

Upper Jhelum Canal

Lower Chenab Canal

Lower Chenab Canal (Jhang Branch)

Upper bahawal Canal

Upper Chenab Canal

Central bari Doab Canal

Thal Canal

Trimmu Head Works Canals

Trimmu Sidhnai Link

Sidhnai Canal

SMB Link

Lower Pakpattan Canal

Lower Bahawal Canal

Panjnad Canals

Taunsa Canals

 

 

Punjab Canals Closure Programme During Rabi 2013-2014
Punjab Canals Closure Programme During Rabi 2013-2014

Lahore (Friday, Nov 22, 2013) – Punjab Irrigation Department on Thursday announced schedule for annual closure of canals during Rabi season 2013-14 for de-silting.

According to the announced schedule, canals pertaining to Project Management Office (PMO), Punjab Barrages, and the Thal Canal, which off takes from Jinnah Barrage and Lower Chenab Canal (except Jhang canal Branch) that emerges from Khanki Headwork, shall remain closed from January 13 to 30, 2014.

It is pertinent to mention here that Punjab Irrigation department announced to close these canals every year for de-silting.

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