Natural Resources

Baluchistan Natural Resources

Baluchistan Natural Resources including Marble, Chromite, Flourate, Barite, Asbestos, Garnet, Vermiculite, gold, copper, Iron, Gas, Petroleum, and etc. Which are of Big importance in today’s world. 750 kilometre long area of Balochistan has been declared the gateway of economic .


Great agriculture potential in Balochistan, but the shortage of water is big issue in the way of taking full benefit from agriculture . Total arable Lang in Balochistan is 1.8 million acres.


Gold of balochistan

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Gold, silver, iron and Copper, are more well-known and important minerals present in Balochistan. All are found in in Chagai District. copper and gold also found in the Reko Diq.


Chromite of balochistan

Chromites:


In Balochistan also found Chromites and chromium metal used as alloying elements in variety stainless steels which are also suitable for surgical . chromium also used in refectories, chemical leather refining and other industries.


Copper of balochistan

Copper:

copper is also resources of Balochistan is huge investment made in development . From Chaghi district in Western Balochistan has been found About 500 million copper.
Huge copper has been discovered in Rekodiq area, near the Saindak. This is including 10 biggest copper reservoir of the world.


Iron Ore of balochistan

Iron Ore:

in Balochistan found More than 600 million tons of Iron Ores. Iron Ores has been found Dalbandin, Nokundi and Chilghazi areas of Chaghi Balochistan. iron Ore deposit initial estimated reserves of more then 200 million tones at Dilband, 90 kilometres Duddar located north of Karachi.


Gypsum of balochistan

Gypsum:

Large Gypsum deposits found in Barkhan, Kohlu, Loralai and Sibi districts of Balochistan. Total reserves of Gypsum in Balochistan are more then 355 Million of Tons.


Flourite of balochistan

Fluorite:

Large reserves of fluorite are found at Dilband and Maran areas of Mastung district. The total estimated fluorite reserves about 125,000 tons.


Magnetite of balochistan

Magnetite:

Magnetite found at Muslimbagh area of Qila Saifullah districtand Wad in Khuzdar district. Total estimated Magnetite reserves are not exactly known.


Barite of balochistan

Barite:

Large reserves of are found in Khuzdar and Lasbella districts of Balochistan. Total estimated Barite reserves are over 1.25 m.t.


Vermiculite of balochistan

Vermiculite:

Huge deposits of Vermiculate found from south of Dalbandin and Doki river area.


Abestos of balochistan

Asbestos:

Asbestos found in the Zabar Creek area 10 Kilometer North of Muslimbagh. Asbestos occurs in two types, non spinning fiber types and main spinning.


Dimension Stone:

Marble and granite Two types of dimension Stones are widely used in the industry.


Marble of balochistan

Marble

In district Chaghi found Large Marble deposits , from Dalbandin to the Iran borders. Some deposits are located namely Siah-Chang, Maskichah, Patkok, Chilgazi Zardkan, Jhulli, Zeh, and Buttak close to Pak-Afghan border areas.
Good quality of Onyx is found in chaghi, Lasbela , Khuzdar and Bolan districts.


Granite of balochistan

Granite:

Granite is good export qualities in the markets of varied colour and it is attractive abroad. There are large quantity of Granite and many other minerals are also found in Balochistan.


Quartzite of balochistan

Quartzite

Quartzite is a moderately newfound mineral. Its stores are happens in Lasbela locale.


Limestone of balochistan

Limestone

It exists in abundance in different parts of Balochistan. Several hundred meters thick layers of limestone, at places dolomitic, occur in Chiltan Formation of Jurassic age in Quetta and Kalat. Limestone of Cretaceous age, 300 to 50 meters thick, is widely found in Balochistan. Harnai, Sor Range, and Spintangi areas have reserves of limestone.


Sulphur of balochistan

Sulphur

Sulfur stores are accessible at Koh-i-Sultan in Chaghi locale. Three primary depoit are grouped around the southern half o the terminated fountain of liquid magma, Koh-i-Sultan. The stores are of fumaralic cause and local sulfur is found in vugs, breaks, and as impregnation in volcanic tuffs. The main utilization of sulfur is I the assembling of sulphuric corrosive and explosives.


coal field of balochistan

coalfield:

Balochistan has 6 created coalfields all of which are situated in northern part of the area. There is the Mach-Abegum coalfield found in Bolan area around 70 km southeast of Quetta. Sor Range-Sinjidi-Deghari coalfield is arranged 28 km east of Quetta and is viewed as the most profound coalmine in Pakistan. Pir Ismail Ziarat-Margar-Narwar coalfield is arranged 60 km east of Quetta, and the Duki-Anambar coalfield is situated in Loralai District. The Khost-Sharig-Harnai coalfield is situated in Sibi District around 160 km from Quetta, and the Chamalang coalfield is found in Loralai District.
Balochistan is rich with Natural resources. The Gas of Balochistan is expecting the piece of spine in the economy.


Natural gas of balochistan

Natural Gas:

Regular Gas was unintentionally found in 1952 close to the town of Sui, Balochistan. Common gas has turned out to be verging on synonymous with the name Sui. In 1995, Balochistan was contributing about 56% to Pakistan's aggregate yield of characteristic gas, however by 2007 its shares had dropped to 22.7%, and that same year it devoured just 5.81% of the nation's aggregate yield.

The advancement of agribusiness with the assistance of tube wells and low rains have barely influenced underground water and range-lands. The aggregate zone of infertile area in Balochistan comprises of 4.7 million sections of land, which is half of the desolate place that is known for nation. On the off chance that this tremendous zone is brought under development, it not just makes the nation independent in nourishment however it would likewise empower the nation to fare horticulture produce to neighbor nations.
Balochistan gets low rain when contrasted with different parts of nation however in spite of it an expansive segment of surge water is squandering, reason for nonappearance of deficient Dams. On the off chance that means be taken for capacity of surge water than 12 million sections of land feet extra water would be accessible for water system in Balochistan. Dates, Apples, Grapes, Onions, are imperative agribusiness generation of Balochistan.
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Dates

Dates are critical farming creation of the territory. The Makran and Kharan regions of Balochistan are the real dates delivering zones. 110 verities of dates are delivering in Kech area in Makran.
Rabbi, Begum Jangi, Klongi, Karoba, Mozwati, mansaure, Chalni, Sabza and Shakar are positioned among fare quality dates. Makran is creating more than 4 lakh tones of dates every year. Nonattendance of legitimate correspondence and capacity and handling offices 50 percent of creation if squandering, this is bringing on lost million dollars. Balochistan is the main territory which appreciates four climate conditions. A few zones are to a great degree hot. Makran, Sibi, dahdar, and some different zones are incorporating into to a great degree hot regions, however Kalat, Mastung, Quetta, Ziarat and Pishin are frosty regions and create astounding apples, Grapes, Cherries , and Apricots are delivered in these ranges.
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Onion:

In the Balochistan likewise delivers 5 lak tones of Onion, yet there isnt offices of promoting and sending out for this item.


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Fish:

Fish is likewise critical generation of Balochistan. The fish get from Baluchistan is sending from Karachi to global markets, the genuine advantage of this generation going for brokers of Karachi rather than poor fishers men of Balochistan.



Herbs

Balochistan is local home of some natural plants. In Balochistan, different wild herbs have been gathered and sold in the nearby market by neighborhood group. In any case, exceptionally constrained logical information is accessible on the potential herbs, which can be developed and used for various purposes. The defenselessness of therapeutic herbs and flavors to over-misuse and termination should be managed logically. The worries and issues relating the preservation of these plants could be tended to through an assortment of exercises including zenith government and non-administrative associations of the area.
Balochistan Herbs

Baluchistan area wise population


S.NO.   District Name   Area/Square KM   Population

1      awaran      12510      118173

2      Barkhan      3514      103545

3      Chaghi      44748      300000

4      Dera bugti      10160      181310

5      Gawadar      12637      185498

6      Harnai      4096      140000

7      Jaffarabad      2445      432817

8      jhal magsi      3615      109941

9      Kachhi      7499      288056

10      kalat      6622      237834

11      Kech      22539      413204

12      kharan      8958      132500

13      khuzdar      35380      417466

14      Killa Abdullah      3293      370269

15      Killa Saifullah      6831      193553

16      Kohlu      7610      99846

17      lasbela      15153      312695

18      Loralai      9830      295555

19      Mastung      5896      179784

20      Musakhail      5728      134056

21      Naseerabad      3387      245894

22      Noshki      5797      137500

23      Panjgoor      16891      234051

24      Pishin      7819      367183

25      Quetta      2653      744802

26      Sherani          

27      Sibi      7796      180898

28      sohbat pur      7796      180398

29      washuk      29510      118171

30      Zhob      20297      275142

31      Ziarat      1489      33340

32      Lehri      9830      295555

BALOCHISTAN PROVINCE / AREA / DISTRICT WISE STATISTICS OF REGISTERED VOTERS IN FINAL ELECTORAL ROLLS - 2018

S.No.    District / Area    Male Voters    Female Voters    Total Voters  
1    AWARAN....    45,561    31,616    77,177  
2    BARKHAN    38,515    29,955    68,470  
3    CHAGAI    53,383    37,182    90,565  
4    DERA BUGTI    61,682    38,237    99,919  
5    GWADAR    66,527    53,814    120,341  
6    HARNAI    22,303    17,484    39,787  
7    JAFFARABAD    119,604    100,907    220,511  
8    JHAL MAGSI    34,792    24,314    59,106  
9    KACHHI    60,301    39,564    99,865  
10    KALAT    77,750    56,447    134,197  
11    KECH    125,995    96,636    222,631  
12    KHARAN    31,850    25,911    57,761  
13    KHUZDAR    132,337    96,210    228,547  
14    KILLA ABDULLAH    148,722    83,891    232,613  
15    KILLA SAIFULLAH    60,503    46,249    106,752  
16    KOHLU    38,793    20,238    59,031  
17    LASBELA    136,941    99,597    236,538  
18    LEHRI    32,790    22,882    55,672  
19    LORALAI    81,843    60,496    142,339  
20    MASTUNG    61,508    43,486    104,994  
21    MUSAKHEL    37,808    27,254    65,062  
22    NASIRABAD    113,910    92,655    206,565  
23    NUSHKI    49,445    36,520    85,965  
24    PANJGUR    57,789    43,467    101,256  
25    PISHIN    148,281    106,089    254,370  
26    QUETTA    399,122    284,835    683,957  
27    SHERANI    22,715    17,038    39,753  
28    SIBI    41,639    30,911    72,550  
29    SOHBATPUR    46,986    43,285    90,271  
30    WASHUK    28,654    24,502    53,156  
31    ZHOB    71,334    51,736    123,070  
32    ZIARAT    36,847    29,856    66,703  
   Male:    2,486,230    Female: 1,813,264   Total: 4,299,494

BALOUCHISTAN PROVISIONAL CENSUS 2017

BALOUCHISTAN POPULATION

Tehsil Wise Population

District     Tehsil     ADMN.        POPULATION      POPULATION
Sr.No     Sr.No     UNITS / AREA        2017      1998 
              BALOCHISTAN        12,344,408        6,565,885       
              QUETTA DIVISION        4,174,562        1,713,952       
1               QUETTA DISTRICT        2,275,699        773,936       
       1        Quetta City Tehsil        1,726,199        638,896       
       2        Panj Pai Sub Tehsil        20,726        15,139       
       3        Quetta Sadar Tehsil        528,774        119,901       
2               PISHIN DISTRICT        736,481        376,728       
       4        Pishin Tehsil        306,177        131,261       
       5        Hurramzai Sub-Tehsil        132,168        58,093       
       6        Barshore Sub-Tehsil        103,606        95,132       
       7        Karezat Sub-Tehsil        138,280        63,375       
       8        Saranan Tehsil        56,250        28,867       
3               KILLA ABDULLAH DISTRICT        757,578        360,724       
       9        Chaman Tehsil        433,768        151,854       
       10        Dobandi Sub-Tehsil        61,723        31,050       
       11        Gulistan Tehsil        115,172        66,883       
       12        Killa Abdullah Tehsil        146,915        110,937       
4               CHAGAI DISTRICT        226,008        104,534       
       13        Dalbandin Tehsil        126,822        60,328       
       14        Chagai Sub-Tehsil        58,383        22,511       
       15        * Nokundi Sub-Tehsil        22,293        14,029       
       16        Taftan Sub-Tehsil        18,510        7,666       
5               * NUSHKI DISTRICT        178,796        98,030       
       17        Nushki Tehsil        178,796        98,030       
              ZHOB DIVISION        1,542,447        956,443       
6               LORALAI DISTRICT        397,400        250,147       
       18        Bori Tehsil        148,804        72,551       
       19        Loralai Tehsil        54,758        29,875       
       20        Mekhtar Sub-Tehsil        40,838        31,745       
       21        Duki Tehsil        153,000        115,976       
7               MUSA KHEL DISTRICT        167,017        134,056       
       22        Musakhel Tehsil        98,265        80,596       
       23        * Kingri Sub-Tehsil        31,237        24,822       
       24        * Drug Tehsil        37,515        28,638       
8               BARKHAN DISTRICT        171,556        103,545       
       25        Barkhan Tehsil        171,556        103,545       
9               KILLA SAIFULLAH DISTRICT        342,814        193,553       
       26        Killa Saifullah Tehsil        132,264        63,472       
       27        * Muslim Bagh Tehsil        78,597        44,870       
       28        * Loiband Sub-Tehsil        28,061        25,791       
       29        * Baddini Sub-Tehsil        15,301        6,583       
       30        * Kan Mehtarzai Sub- Tehsil        33,240        24,168       
       31        * Shinki Sub- Tehsil        55,351        28,669       
10               ZHOB DISTRICT        310,544        193,458       
       32        Zhob Tehsil        253,632        153,993       
       33        *Sambaza Sub-Tehsil        17,089        15,198       
       34        *Qamar Din Karez Tehsil        13,849        5,855       
       35        *Ashwat Sub-Tehsil        20,794        13,247       
       36        *Kashatoo Sub- Tehsil        5,180        5,165       
11               * SHERANI DISTRICT        153,116        81,684       
       37        Sherani Sub-Division        153,116        81,684       
              SIBI DIVISION        1,038,010        630,901       
12               SIBI DISTRICT        135,572        103,746       
       38        Sibi Tehsil        125,320        92,665       
       39        Sangan Sub-Tehsil        2,665        3,024       
       40        Kotmandai Sub-Tehsil        7,587        8,057       
13               ZIARAT DISTRICT        160,422        80,748       
       41        Ziarat Tehsil        67,861        33,340       
       42        Sinjawi Sub-Tehsil        92,561        47,408       
14               KOHLU DISTRICT        214,350        99,846       
       43        Kohlu Tehsil        45,210        26,702       
       44        Kahan Tehsil        73,981        26,765       
       45        Mawand Tehsil        41,626        24,056       
       46        * Grisani Sub-Tehsil        17,113        4,057       
       47        * Tamboo Tehsil        36,420        18,266       
15               DERA BUGTI DISTRICT        312,603        181,310       
       48        Dera Bugti Tehsil        48,492        32,403       
       49        * Sangsillah Sub-Tehsil        10,265        13,700       
       50        Phelawagh Tehsil        28,180        11,760       
       51        * Baiker Sub-Tehsil        19,535        5,305       
       52        * Malam Sub-Tehsil        27,398        19,504       
       53        * Pir Koh Sub-Tehsil        40,783        27,448       
       54        Sui Tehsil        119,983        62,699       
       55        * Loti Tehsil        17,967        8,491       
16               HARNAI DISTRICT        97,017        76,652       
       56        Harnai Tehsil        75,329        49,604       
       57        * Khoast Sub-Tehsil        12,234        9,878       
       58        * Shahrig Tehsil        9,454        17,170       
17               * LEHRI DISTRICT        118,046        88,599       
       59        Bhag Tehsil        73,619        56,023       
       60        Lehri Tehsil        44,427        32,576       
              NASIRABAD DIVISION        1,591,144        988,109       
18               JAFARABAD DISTRICT        513,813        291,290       
       61        Jhat Pat Tehsil        252,611        131,060       
       62        Usta Muhammad Tehsil        186,226        107,463       
       63        * Gandhaka Tehsil        74,976        52,767       
19               NASIRABAD DISTRICT        490,538        245,894       
       64        * Tamboo Tehsil        131,168        71,810       
       65        D.M.Jamali Tehsil        234,581        104,107       
       66        Chattar Tehsil        75,330        50,446       
       67        * Baba Kot Tehsil        49,459        19,531       
20               JHAL MAGSI DISTRICT        149,225        109,941       
       68        Gandawa Tehsil        51,206        34,791       
       69        Mirpur Sub-Tehsil        9,444        11,562       
       70        Jhal Magsi Tehsil        88,575        63,588       
21               KACHHI DISTRICT        237,030        199,457       
       71        Dhadar Tehsil        42,449        45,481       
       72        Sanni Sub-Tehsil        97,079        77,070       
       73        Balanari Sub-Tehsil        43,611        39,597       
       74        Khattan Sub-Tehsil        14,211        7,202       
       75        Mach Tehsil        39,680        30,107       
22               * SOHBATPUR DISTRICT        200,538        141,527       
       76        * Faridabad Tehsil        58,232        33,400       
       77        * Sanhri Tehsil        88,881        66,681       
       78        *Sohbatpur Tehsil        53,425        41,446       
              KALAT DIVISION        2,509,230        1,443,727       
23               KALAT DISTRICT        412,232        237,834       
       79        Kalat Tehsil        129,368        86,565       
       80        * Mangochar Sub-Tehsil        65,660        41,590       
       81        * Johan Sub-Tehsil        10,726        12,299       
       82        Surab Sub-Tehsil        200,752        93,401       
       83        * Gazg Sub-Tehsil        5,726        3,979       
24               * WASHUK DISTRICT        176,206        110,009       
       84        Besima Sub-Tehsil        40,420        16,740       
       85        Musakhel Sub-Tehsil        38,657        29,844       
       86        * Nag Sub-Tehsil        34,269        19,956       
       87        * Shahoo Garhi Sub-Tehsil        27,616        19,641       
       88        * Washuk Sub-Tehsil        35,244        23,828       
25               MASTUNG DISTRICT        266,461        150,650       
       89        Mastung Tehsil        133,983        81,993       
       90        * Kirdgap Sub-Tehsil        28,650        24,214       
       91        Dasht Sub-Tehsil        64,768        25,181       
       92        * Khad Koocha Sub-Tehsil        39,060        19,262       
26               KHUZDAR DISTRICT        802,207        417,466       
       93        Khuzdar Tehsil        300,355        161,394       
       94        * Zehri Tehsil        102,129        38,766       
       95        * Moola Sub-Tehsil        23,385        13,143       
       96        * Karakh Sub-Tehsil        31,057        22,081       
       97        Nal Sub-Tehsil        131,510        59,192       
       98        Wadh Sub-Tehsil        101,307        52,730       
       99        * Ornach Sub-Tehsil        37,732        20,071       
       100        * Saroona Sub-Tehsil        32,331        20,580       
       101        * Aranji Sub-Tehsil        42,401        29,509       
27               AWARAN DISTRICT        121,680        118,173       
       102        Awaran Tehsil        30,228        27,156       
       103        * Mashkai Sub-Tehsil        32,897        34,373       
       104        * Jhal Jao Sub-Tehsil        40,033        34,214       
       105        * Gishkore Sub Tehsil        18,522        22,430       
28               KHARAN DISTRICT        156,152        96,900       
       106        Kharan Tehsil        73,982        43,772       
       107        * Sar Kharan Tehsil        49,480        29,768       
       108        * TohMulk Sub Tehsil        32,690        23,360       
29               LASBELA DISTRICT        574,292        312,695       
       109        Bela Tehsil        104,438        68,341       
       110        * Uthal Tehsil        72,526        39,724       
       111        * Gadani Sub-Tehsil        24,579        18,957       
       112        Hub Tehsil        203,020        80,934       
       113        * Lakhra Tehsil        35,522        25,474       
       114        * Liari Sub-Tehsil        11,766        7,846       
       115        * Sonmiani/Winder Tehsil        64,392        31,799       
       116        Dureji Tehsil        45,662        31,504       
       117        Kanraj Tehsil        12,387        8,116       
              MEKRAN DIVISION        1,489,015        832,753       
30               KECH DISTRICT        909,116        413,204       
       118        Kech (Turbat) Tehsil        417,898        157,142       
       119        Buleda Sub-Tehsil        77,115        35,251       
       120        * Zamuran Sub-Tehsil        43,200        37,856       
       121        * Hoshab Sub-Tehsil        51,446        37,819       
       122        * Balnigor Sub-Tehsil        45,065        19,560       
       123        Dasht Sub-Tehsil        77,291        39,061       
       124        Tump Tehsil        146,286        51,234       
       125        * Mand Sub-Tehsil        50,815        35,281       
31               GWADAR DISTRICT        263,514        185,498       
       126        Gwadar Tehsil        138,438        72,614       
       127        Pasni Tehsil        61,396        56,902       
       128        * Ormara Tehsil        25,727        18,848       
       129        * Jiwani Tehsil        26,991        23,332       
       130        * Suntsar Sub-Tehsil        10,962        13,802       
32               PANJGUR DISTRICT        316,385        234,051       
       131        Panjgur Tehsil        260,852        168,268       
       132        Parome Sub-Tehsil        22,892        18,838       
       133        Gichk Sub-Tehsil        16,501        22,568       
       134        Gowargo Tehsil        16,140        24,377       

Water crisis in Balochistan

This article originaly Published on BalochistanExpress– June 25, 2018 – 7:00 am
Water crisis had taken a serious turn with the beginning of hot summer days in all parts of Balochistan where people are agitating against the water famine by taking out processions and holding rallies.
Earlier, the water crisis was confined to Quetta city and its sub-urban areas even during the winter, now all areas from Naushki, Kharan, Washuk, Chagai, Mekran (including Gwadar), Sibi and Kachhi Plains.
There are reports of water shortages in some parts of Central Balochistan where the efficiency of the Public Health Engineering Department had been questioned. For the past 30 years there was a limited spending on the provision of providing clean drinking water to the people in all parts of Balochistan causing serious scarcity of water for domestic use. If a small portion of the MPAs’ personal funds were spent on the provision of clean water supply to the people, most of the major human settlements would have got adequate water supply.
Drought and a sharp drop in sea level are posing a serious threat in Balochistan.
Experts have warned that if dams are not built and ground water recharged, the province will turn into a desert.
A half century ago, water could be seen flowing in the streams and coasts of the province. Water could be found upon digging a mere 20 feet to 25 feet into the ground.
However, the situation is very different now.
The government installed a large number of tube wells but did not build any dams nor take action against illegal drilling.
Currently, over 6,000 tube wells are lifting water from districts across the province. In addition to this, drought and an increase in population have exacerbated the problem of water scarcity.
Drought coupled with a drop of 2,000 feet in sea level has destroyed agricultural lands across the province. Meanwhile, residents of Quetta and Gwadar do not even have water to drink.

There are two major canals in the Kachhi Plains and the Government could have easily providing drinking water to the townships and human settlements close to Pat Feeder and Kirthar Canal.
First of all, the Government of Balochistan should ensure that there is no stealing of canal water by the powerful and influential people and at the same time should prepare plans for supplying drinking water to the human settlements from the canal system of Naseerabad Division.
Besides this, the sub-soil water is available in some parts of Naseerabad, Sibi and Kachhi Plains which should be used for uninterrupted supply of drinking water to the local people.
There is a technology available to establish desalination plant and water purification plans to ensure clean water supply even remote corners of Balochistan.
There is an old suggestion that the MPAs should be compelled to spend half of their MPA funds on providing drinking water supply and the remaining half on building huge residential schools to defeat the menace of drop-outs from the schools. The funds should not remain able for junk schemes or personal use.
The Public money should be spent on public welfare. If the chosen representatives were found misusing the public money, they will definite face a tough accountability sooner or later. It will not go unnoticed and their shrewd constituents had an eye on their conduct and performance.
It is the foremost function of the Provincial Government to provide drinking water to the people without any hesitation. For this, proper plan should be prepared and implemented to ensuring water supply for drinking and domestic use first and later on for commercial and industrial uses.
In case of Gwadar, the Government should build bigger dams and establish huge water reservoirs all along the coastline so that water should remain available for commercial and industrial purposes.
At some distance from Gwadar, the planners had provided adequate water for future industrial and commercial development of Chah Bahar Port and also its adjacent industrial and commercial areas where more than 55 billion US dollars are being spent by the foreign investors. Iran had developed its port facilities at Chah Bahar while we are facing water shortage at Gwadar hampering the pace of development at Gwadar.
Gwadar Port will never be operational without adequate supply of water in commercial quantity. Gwadar will remain a dream without adequate water supply.
To this date, hardly any significant project had been launched to cater water resources from five major rivers of the area flowing close to the Mekran Coast.
We suggested to the Government to construct dam and water resources downstream of Dasht River which had two major contributories of mighty Nihing River and Kech River.