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Thread: KALABAGH DAM Might save Pakistan from flood in future (Report 2010-2011)

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    Info KALABAGH DAM Might save Pakistan from flood in future (Report 2010-2011)

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    We all know that Pakistani Government is too lazy and keep on destroying their own nation. Currently many villages and cities are destroyed because of flood. If the Government have build the KALA BAGH DAM then there was no flood situation in Pakistan. But as we all know that the government never tried to build the largest dam of Pakistan because it resolves our many problems related to ELECTRICITY but the Government didn't want this. They just keep on destroying the people and don't want to give the favor to their nation.

    This year in AUGUST 2010 many villages and cities are ruined because of flood situation in the country. But our Government is still not taking any reaction on that. They still didn't want to build the dam to resolve the electricity issue. As we all know that the current rates of electricity are increased more than thrice and people are still paying the bills for the electricity. But also facing the load shading of electricity through out the country. After having so much issues our Government is doing nothing.


    Now Indian nation has made a plan to build the dams on our river so that they keep on taking advantage of the water. India will complete 40 dams on RIVER JHELUM & CHENAB. Out of which4 large dams and 16 small dams have become in operational.

    India is building WOrld,s 3rd largest Dam KARGIL on river SINDH. A water tunnel is also in operational and taking 45% water of river sindh.

    India has completed disputed BAGLIHAR DAM on river CHENAB and its also working.
    India has decided to make Pakistan a Desert and its nation on the knees without firing a single bullet by 2015.

    This is the water war.

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    Why we and our government are still sleeping?
    Why our government is not taking any reaction?

    Now its the time to wake up and do something for this nation. We should take part to save our country and this islamic nation. The KALA BAGH DAM is the most important project of Pakistan and if this project is completed then many problems regarding to the electricity are resolved.
    Just pray for our country and do your best to save this ISLAMIC NATION.

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    NEW Kalabagh Dam: some suggestions

    The recent flood in Indus River of 2010 played havoc in Pakistan and specially in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK). The high flood level at Nowshera was 961ft, which was 10ft higher than the record flood of 1929. The high flood level at Barotha Power Complex (BPC) was 922ft which was higher than the designed level of 902ft of BPC. Had there been Kalabagh Dam on 28/7/2010. The high flood level at BPC would have been gone up to 947ft (922ft+25ft) which would have caused loss of total generation at BPC and devastation in KPK would have created Tsunami like condition.
    In order to save KPK and BPC from future floods, after the construction of Kalabagh Dam, the expert engineers of KPK Mr. Fathehullah Khan, the former chairman IRSA, has proposed to build 100feet low Kalabagh Dam with overhead barrage of 60 which would generate 2000 MW to 6000 MW of power on the run of the river and the project may be completed in 3 years. This proposal of the expert engineer published in the daily DAWN on 26/12/2011. Mr Faqir Ahmad Paracha, who is an eminent engineer, has supported the above proposal on 1/1/2012 published in the daily DAWN, may be with the intention that something is better than nothing.
    A similar proposal of Mr. Fathehullah Khan has already been supported by the writer of this column which was published in the daily Mashriq Peshawar on 19/9/2010. However the proposal may kindly be considered by the concerned authority for implementation in the best interest of the nation for the flowing reasons.
    1. To save Nowshera city and BPC from devastation of floods, WAPDA has assured to keep the Kalabagh Dam reservoir level at 859 on 30th July every year. For this purpose the Mid Sluicing Gates of Kalabagh Dam would be operated for releases more than 12 lac cusecs discharge which would be dangerous and would not save the flood affected population of D.I Khan, Mianwali, Kot Adu and Sindh etc. in the monsoon season. The low KD is the only solution.
    2. BPC would be saved from attack of sediment delta of Kalabagh Dam Reservoir.
    3. The free flow drainage, from Peshawar valley, would not be obstructed with stored water and sediment delta of K.D.

    4. Generation of power of BPC would not reduce with K.D Reservoir.
    5. KPK would be able to use its share of water, unutilized since 1991.
    6. Sindh would get its due share of water through the proposed barrage and from the run of river used for power generation.

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