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ISLAMABAD: It has been decided that the Indus River will be diverted on November 30 to start the work on the Diamer Bhasha Dam project, while the river will be able to return to its natural course after being diverted from the project site.
Important details have come out in the cipher case against Imran Khan, the FIA investigation has revealed that the cipher was not completely declassified.
According to the details, the well-known journalist Ansar Abbasi has claimed that in the investigation of the Federal Investigation Agency, it was revealed that the cipher was never declassified, while the talks of declassification took place after the cipher was aired.
Ansar Abbasi said that the first cabinet meeting on the proposal to declassify the cipher was held on March 30 last year by Chairman PTI…
According to a private TV report, the river Indus will be diverted as a very important part of the construction project. After the completion of the construction of the Diamer Bhasha Dam, it will be able to store 8.1 million acre-feet of water.
It should be noted that an area of 12 lakh 30 thousand acres can be irrigated with the help of 8.1 million acre-feet of water. The dam will also generate 4,500 megawatts of cheap electricity. Rs 78.5 billion will be spent on the rehabilitation of the victims of the Diamer Bhasha Dam project.
The geography of rivers is very interesting and unique around the world, all the rivers of the world flow towards the sea and lose their existence in the sea. This great river flowing from the extreme north of Pakistan also goes into the Arabian Sea after a long journey.
It should be remembered that the Indus River is the largest river in Pakistan covering the entire country in length from north to south. The Indus River is not just a traditional source of water, it is an important role in the history of Pakistan, a mirror of its civilization and culture, and the source of many indigenous cultures of Pakistan. This river rightfully has the honor of becoming the identity of Pakistan.