(ii) Systems on the Indus(iii) Systems west of the Indus.(i) Systems On Upper-Indus TributariesThe principal canal systems are:from the Jhelum,(a) Upper Jhelum canal,which starts from Mangla,joins the Chenab at Khanki to give itssurplus water to the lower Chenab canal,and (b) the Lower Jhelum canal which starts fromRasul:from the Chenab(a) the upper Chenab canal starting from marala and joining the Ravi near Ballokin tosupplement the water supply of the Lower Bari Doab canal,(b) the lower Chenab canal from Khanki,and(c) the Haveli system of canals from the Trimu weir below the junction of the Chenab andthe Jhelum;from the Ravi,(a) the upper Bari Doab canal,which begins in Madhopur (India),irrigating mainly the IndianPunjab,with only its Lahore branch reaching Pakistan,(b)the Lower Bari Doab canal from Balakot and(c) the Sidhanaj Canals from the left bank of the Ravi at Sidhnal ;from the Sutlej,the Sutlejvalley project,in which canals depart from the river Gandas in Ghwala,Sulaimanke,Islam andbelow the juction of the Sutlej with the Chenab at Panjnad.The upper Jhelum,the upper Chenab,and the lower Bari Doab canals together form TheTriple Project ,which was designed to carry surplus water from the Jhelum to the Chenab,and from the Chenab to the Ravi.
(ii) Systems On The Indus
The largest dam on the Indus has been built at Tarbela.Other barrages,in descending orderalong the river,are Jinnah barrage near Kalabagh,part of the Thal project;Taunsa Barrage290 km.further downstream,which has 100,000 kw power station in addition to diversionworks;Guddu Barrage,150 km.upstream from Sukkar;Sukkur or Liodyd Barrage,the oldestbarrage on the river,and Ghulam Mohammad Barrage,near Kotri.
(iii) Systems West of The Indus
These include(a) the Swat Canals departing from the river at Malakand (upper Swat canal) and Abazal(Lower Swat Canal);(b) the warsak Multipupose Project on the Kabul River 30 kms.north west of Peshawar whichincludes a 160,000 KW power plant;and