NORTH‑WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE FISHERIES RULES, 1976

[Gazette of N.‑W. F. P., Part I, 3rd September, 1976]

No. SOAE (AD) V‑135/70.‑In exercise of the powers conferred by section 26 of the West Pakistan Fisheries Ordinance, 1961 (W. P. Ord.‑‑ XXX of 1961), the Governor of the North‑West Frontier Province is pleased to make the following Rules, namely ;‑

PART I‑PRELIMINARY

*1. Short title and commencement.‑(1)*These rules may be called the 'North‑West Frontier Province Fisheries-Rules, 1976.

(2) They shall come into force at once.

  1. Definitions.‑In theserules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context,‑

(a)"Appendix" means an appendix to these rules ; ,

(b)"Form" means a form appended to these rules ;

(c) "Ordinance" means the West Pakistan Fisheries Ordinance, 1961 (W. P. Ord. No. XXX of 1961) ;

(d) "Licensee" means a person to whom a licence is granted under & ‑Ordinance and these rules ;

(e) "Public water" means water other than the private water and includes‑

(i) all natural bodies of water, such as rivers and their tributaries, creeks, brooks, lakes, channels, canal or lagoons or dug, dredged or blasted canals;

(ii) any water impounded by the construction of any lake or dam or other impounding device across the channel of navigable stream ;

(iii) flowing water within which fish are free to move across property lines, and which are not by law or customs property of any person ;

*(f ) "Section"*means a section of the Ordinance ;

(g) "Sanctuary" means an area declared under section 11 to be a sanctuary for fish ;

(h) "Schedule" means a Schedule to the Ordinance ;

(i) "Inspector of Fisheries" means a person appointed as such by Governor under section 3 of the Ordinance ;

(j) "Fisheries Wing" means the Fisheries Wing of the North‑West 'Frontier Province, Animal Husbandry Department.

PART II‑LICENCES

3. Authority to issue licence.‑Alllicences under these rules, including seasonal, monthly and daily licences, to fish in the waters by the Director of Fisheries or any other officers authorised by him in his behalf on payment of fee prescribed under these rules.

*4. Duration of validity of a licence.‑(1)*A seasonal licence shall be valid for one year, and irrespective of the date of issue, shall remain in force from the 1st day of September to the 31st day of August in the following year;

Provided that the period from 1st June to 31st August each year shall be closed season during which no fishing except with rod and line and long shall be permissible.

(2) A monthly licence shall be valid for a calendar month from the date of issue.

(3) A daily licence shall be valid for the date mentioned in the licence term half an hour before sun rise to half an hour after sunset.

5. Area to which a licence extends.‑Alicence shall entitle the holder to fish in any of the waters mentioned in Appendices I, II, III and IV;

Provided that a licence for one water shall not entitle the bolder to ‑fish another water;

Provided further that a licence to fish in the waters of a river in a District mentioned in Appendix I, shall entitle the holder to fish on both banks of the river up to a limits of that District unless the fishing rights in the District of the opposite bank have been leased out.

*6. Kinds of fishing gears.‑(1)*Subject to the provision of sub‑rule (2), a licensee shall be entitled to fish with the following kinds of gears only ‑

*(a)*nets of all kinds ; provided that no net shall have at any portion of ,it a mesh of less than 1J inch bar measured from knot to knot, or 6 inches all round ;

(b) long line with a maximum of fifty books ; (c) rod and line (hand line) ; (d) kurli (dip net) ; and

(e) dhongla (hand net).

(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub‑rule (1)‑

*(a)*a licensee may use a maximum of two gears out of the gears mentioned in sub‑rule (1), which may be of the same or of different kinds : Provided that when the licence entitles its holder to the use of one gear only, the licensee may use only that gear and in addition may also use a net for catching "chaulwa' for baiting purposes only ;

(b) no gear other than rod and line shall be used for catching fish in any river within a distance of 100 yards from any bridge, or in any waters specified in Appendices II, III and IV ;

(c) a daily licence shall not entitle its holder to fish with more than one rod in waters mentioned in clause (b).

*7. Fee for the licences.‑(1)*The fees for various types of licences except licences specified in Parts IV, V and VI of these rules, shall be as follows I‑

Rs.

????? (i) For all kinds of nets except those mentioned in???? ????? 35.00 ner season

?????? clauses (iii), (iv) and (v) below.??? in all waters

????? (ii) Far rod and line fishing only??????? 12.00 per season

(iii) For dip net (kurli)??????? 8.00 per season

????? (iv) For hand net (dhangla) fishing only?????? ????? 10.00 per season

????? (v) For casting nets fishing only?????? ????? 20.00 per season

????? (vi) For long line with a maximum of fifty hooks

?????? (lang) only ????? 15.00 per season

(2) The licence fee for waters reserved for rod and line gear under

:clause (b) of sub‑rule (2) of rule 6 and specified in Appendices II and III shall be as follows

???? (i) Seasonal licence????????????? ???? 35.00

???? (ii) Monthly licence????????????? ???? 10.00

,(lit) Daily licence????????????? ???? 2.00

(3) The licences fee for special water reserved for rod and line gear under clause (b) ofsub‑rule (2) of rule 5 and specified in Appendix IV, shall be as

follows .?‑

????? ????? Rs.

????? (i) Seasonal licence????? 150.00

????? (ii) Daily licence????????????? ????? 6.00

????? (4) Full fee shall be charged for any broken periods.

????? (5) Payment of fees under these rules shall be made in cash.

8. Duplicate licence.‑The authorityempowered to grant licences may,, if the licence granted under these rules is lost or destroyed accidentally,, grant a duplicate copy of the original licence on payment of fee of one:

rupee.??????????????????????? .l

9. Refund of licence fee.‑The licencefee paid under rule 'J may ber refunded to licensee or his legal heirs on the presentation of a claim for refund within one week from the date of the issue of the licence if it is proved. to the satisfaction of the officer issuing the licence that the licence was not availed or under special circumstances, such as change of residence of the

licensee to a place where the licence could not be made use of, or the death of the licensee immediately after the licence was issued to him.

10. Licensee to report breach ofrules.‑Every licensee shall be bound to?repert to any officer of the Fisheries Wing of Animal Husbandry Depart‑

ment, any breach of the Ordinance or these rules that come to his notice.

11. Licence not transferable and no adult to be engaged as *helper.‑(1) A.*licence, unless otherwise provided in these rules, shall not be transfer?able.

(2) A licensee shall not employ or engage any person (other than his owry children under the age of twelve) to help him with his nets unless the person so employed is also licensee.

  1. No erection of fixed engine.‑No licenseeshall‑

(a) erect fixed engines, except stake nets temporarily fixed in conjunction with drag nets ; or

*(b)*construct dams or weirs ; or

(c) divert water or dewater any area for catching fish.

  1. Seizure.‑Any apparatuserected or used for fishing in contravention of the Ordinance or these rules, when seized under section 16 of the Ordinance, shall be taken in possession by the challenging authority and may be produced in Court in support of illegal fishing and the fish so caught may be auctioned at once by the Extra Assistant Director of Fisheries or any person authorised by him to avoid decomposition.

II. Cancellation oflicence.‑The Director of Fisheries may cancel any licence granted under these rules, if the holder contravenes or instigates the contravention of any of these rules or is convicted 'of an offence under the Ordinance or these rules.

  1. *Restriction on size and number of fish to be caught.‑(1)*If any fish bf the species, other than trout, mentioned in the First Schedule which is less than 12 inches in length is caught, it shall be released in the; Water.

(2) A licensee shall not catch more than five fish of any species from the waters mentioned in Appendices II, III and IV, excepting those released in the water under sub‑rule (l).

  1. Punishment.‑Any breach of these rules shall be punishable with a fine which may extend to fifty rupees.

PART III‑LEASES

*17. Auction of fishing rights.‑(1)*On or after the first of August each year, the Director of Fisheries or any other officer empowered by him in accordance with the provisions of section 4, may after giving it sufficient publicity, put to auction the rights of fishing in any of the public waters mentioned in Appendix V or any other public waters and shall execute a lease deed with the highest suitable bidder from whom no arrear of any previous years fishing leases is payable.

(2) Such lease shall be given on payment of the amount offered by the bidder in full or by instalments in accordance with these rules. Individuals will not be permitted to give joint bids, but registered firms or joint stock .companies may bid through their authorised agents.

(3) A lease granted under sub‑rule (1) shall remain in force for one year or part thereof from the date of execution of the lease deed to the 31st day of August of the following year, the period to be specified in the lease deed

Provided that no fishing except with rod and line, hand line and long line with hooks shall be allowed during the close season from 1st June to 31st August.

(4) The possession of the water areas for the purpose of fishing shall be deemed to have been taken over by the lessee from the date of execution of the lease deed. All disputes over the rights offishing with unauthorised inli?viduals and damage done by such unauthorised p.‑rsons shall be settled by the licensee himself under the law of the country. The department will, however, deal with illegal fishing in accordance with the provision of the Ordi?nance.

  1. Departmental operation.‑In case the highest bid at the auction is low ,or the water is required for development purposes, the auctioning authority may reserve it for departmental operation.

  2. Units ofauction.‑River waters may be leased out in small portions coinciding with the boundaries of the districts, while the lease dhands, lakes, reservoirs, tanks, canals or ponds may be auctioned as separate units.

  3. Payment oflease money.‑(1) The lessee shall at his option, either pay in full the amount offered by him fishing rights at the time of auction, or three equal instalments to be paid as follows :‑

(i) The first, on the date of the auction ;

(ff) the second, two months after execution of the lease deed ;

(iii) and the third, four months after execution of the lease deed.

(2) When the lease money is to be paid by instalments, the lessee shall be required to furnish within a week of the approval of auction, a guarantee from a scheduled bank for the amount remaining to b‑‑ paid by him, or if ~so permitted, security equal to such amount to the satisfaction of the .auction authority.

(3) The lease deed shall be executed by the lease within one week from the date of the approval of auction, unless the period for the execution of such. deed is extended by the auctioning authority.

(4) If the lessee fails to furnish bank guarantee or security, as the case may be, or to execute the lease deed within the specified time, the Director of Fisheries, or any officer authorised by him in this behalf may cancel the lease after giving the lessee an opportunity of showing cause.

(5) If the lease fails to pay instalment within fifteen days after becoming due, he will be liable to pay interest at ten per cent. rper annum or the sum due.

(6) If the lessee fails to clear Government dues within thirty days after becoming due, the Director of Fisheries may do all or any of the following acts :‑

(a) stop the netting operation ; or

(b) confiscate the fish netted and the fishing apparatus together with alt the payment of previous instalments, if any ; or

(c) cancel the lease.

21. Refund of leasemoney.‑The lease money or any instalment thereof paid under rule 20 may be refunded 0 the legal heirs of the lessee on presentation of the claim for refund if it is proved to the satisfaction of the officer executing the lease deed that the lessee died immediately after the execution of the lease deed.

22. Issue ofpermits.‑The Inspector of Fisheries may from time to tine. supply to the lessee sufficient blank permits duly signed by him to enable him, to issue the same to his agents and nominees.

23. Condi :o,; s of licence.‑The following shall by tLe conditions of every licence granted under tbese rules‑

(i) the licence or his agents or nominees shall not interfere in the normal duties of the officials of Fisheries Department for taking out fish prohibited under the Ordrnanc, or any fish required for bona fide purposesof research or developrn"nt ?nrler the written, authority of the Assistant Director of Fisheries ;

(i) the licensee or his agents or nominees shall report to the Inspector of Fisheries arty breach of the Ordinance or rules relating to fishing that war come to their notice, with the least possible delay ;

(iii) the licensee shall not sublet or lease out fishing rights of the water area or any part thereof to any other person on his own accord 1

(iv) the licensee for the right to fish shall be for the fish that may be, present in the water area and Government will not be r=sponsible for any scarcity of fish due to fluctuations in the quantity and quality of water and inability of the licensee to catch fish, due to any reason whatsoever ; and

(v) counterfoils of permits and unused blank permits shall be returned to the concerned Inspector of Fisheries after the expiry of the fishing lease.

24.? All apparatus erected or used for

fishing in contravention of the Ordinance or these rules, may be seized by

the Inspector of Fisheries or any person authorised by the Director of

Fisheries and all such apparatus may be forfeited by the Court in addition

to any other punishment that may be awarded under the Ordinance and.

these rules.

(2) Fish caught in contravention of the Ordinance or these rules may be, seized by the Inspector of Fisheries and may be disposed off to avoid purifi‑

cation in the manner ordered by the Extra Assistant Director of Fisheries.

*25. **Cancellation of lease and re‑auction of fishing rights.‑(1)***If the lessee

or any person holding a permit under section 5 ofthe Ordinance is convicted

of an offence under the Ordinance or these rules, the Director of Fisheries

may cancel the lease or permit of the person so convicted,

*(2)*On cancellation of a lease under sub‑rule (1) or clause (c) of sub?rule (4) of rule 20, all permits issued by the lessee shall automatically stand cancelled, and the amount already paid by the lessee shall not be refunded' to him.

(3) When a lease is cancelled, the Director of Fisheries mae re‑auction the fishing rights in that water in the manner herein provided and anv <ieficiencv an the lease money shall be recovered from the first lessye as if *it we?e a;:*arrear of land revenue.

  1. Appeal.‑An appeal shall lie to Government against the orders of the

Director of Fisheries cancelling a lease or permits under rules 20or rule 25, . within one month from the date of communication of order of cancel‑

lation

Provided that no order shall be passed in appeal except after giving the aggrieved person an opportunity of being beard.

PART IV‑DEPARTMENTAL OPERATIONS

  1. Licences for reserved waters.‑Licences to fishin waters specified in Appendix V, if reserved for departmental operations under rule 18,?shall be granted on payment of Rs. 5.00 by the respective Extra Assistant Director of Fisheries or an officer authorised by Government in this behalf, under section 9.

28. Validity of licence.‑Alicence issued under rule 27 shall remain in force from the 1st day of September to the 31st day of August of the following year.

  1. *Sale offish.‑(1)*The holder of a licence under rule 27 shall, at big own cost bring all catches of fish to the landing centres specified by the Extra Assistant Director of Fisheries concerned issuing the receipt. Sale of catches, before these are brought to the landing centres, shall be unlawful.

(2) The fish brought to the places fixed under sub‑rule (1) be disposed off in the manner, to be determined by the Director of Fisheries either by public auction or by sale at the rate to be fixed by him under the existing financial rules.

  1. Share of licence.‑The licenseeshall receive wages for catching fish,_ in the manner to be specified by the Director of Fisheries either in the way of percentage of sales proceeds of his catches or at a fixed rate per maund of fish caught or on daily wages basis.

  2. Confiscation offish‑Allfish in possession of a licensee who has, failed to deliver the same to a representative of the Fisheries Wing at & ‑prescribed landing centre or is not in possession of a receipt issued under rule 29 shall be confiscated to Government in addition to a fine which may extend to Rs. 50.00.

PART V‑TROUTH WATERS

*32. Division of trout waters into reaches.‑(1)*The waters of the rivers‑'

and their tributaries, where trout is available, shall for the purposes of these ‑rules, be devided into reaches as under :‑

A‑HAZARA DISTRICT

:Reaches River Kunhar and its tributaries

*(a) Reach No.*1.‑From the commencement of mile one to the end of .mile 42 on the Kagban Valley Road.

*(b) Reach No.*2.‑From the end of mile 42 to the end of mile 48 on the Kaghan Valley Road.

*(c) Reach No.*3.‑From the end of mile 48 to the end of mile 54 on the Kaghan Valley Road.

*(d) Reach No.*4.‑From the end of mile 54 to the end of mile 84 on the Kagban Valley Road and Lolusar Lake.

*(e) Reach No.*S.‑Saiful Muluk Nullah and Saiful Muiuk Lake.

*(f) Reach No.*6.‑Porhinar Nullah and Dodiput Lake.

B‑SWAT DISTRICT

,Reaches River Swat and its tributaries

*(a) Reach No.*1.‑From Madyan bridge to Pashmal bridge and Madyan stream.

*(b) Reach No.*2.‑From Pashmal bridge to Bhone bridge.

*(c) Reach No.*3.‑From Bhone bridge to Gabral and Utroor stream tributaries.

*(d) Reach No.*4.‑From Ushoo and Utroor stream confluence and Kalam rto Ushoo.

*(e) Reach No.*S.‑From Ushoo to Mahi Dhand.

*(f) Reach No.*6.‑All lakes.

C‑CHITRAL DISTRICT

Reaches ??????????????????????? River Chitral and Its tributaries

*(a) Reach No.*1.‑‑From Karinj to Kahoor (Lutkoh River), and its tributaries.

*(b) Reach No.*2.‑Ayun, Bombret, Ramboor and Barir stream.

*(c) Reach No.*3.‑Shishi stream and its tributaries.

(d) ReachNo. 4.‑Golain stream and its tributaries.

*(e) Reach No.*S.‑Kalkatak stream and its tributaries.

D‑DIR DISTRICT

Reaches ??????????????????????? Panjkora River and its tributaries.

*(a) Reach No.*1.‑Barawal Bandi and Dhok stream..

*(b) Reach No.*2.‑From Shringal to Patrak and its tributaries.

*(c) Reach No.*3.‑From Patrak to Tball and its tributaries.

*(d) Reach No.*4.‑From Thall to Source and its tributaries.

*(e) Reach No.*5.‑All lakes.

(2) The Director of Fisheries may, at any time, by notification in the official Gazette revise the limits of the reaches mentioned in sub‑rule (1) or divide the entire stretch of the said waters in any other number of reaches as he may deem fit.

  1. *Licences for trout waters.‑(1)*A licence to fish in any of the reaches specified in rule 32 may be granted by the Extra Assistant Director of Fisheries of the area concerned or any person authorised by him on payment of the prescribed fee and the licence so granted shall entitle the holder to fish only in the reach specified in the licence.

(2) A licence granted under this rule may after giving the licensee art opportunity of being heard, be cancelled by the Extra Assistant Director of Fisheries concerned for breach of any condition of the licence, these rules, or the provisions of the Ordinance.

  1. *Number of licences to be granted.‑(I)*The Assistant Director of

Fisheries shall fix the number of licences that may be granted by the respective Extra Assistant Director of Fisyeries at anv one time, for the reaches mention?ed in rule 32.

(2) The Assistant Director of Fisheries may close any reach or part thereof for fishing for certain period to minimise the pressure of fishing.

?????? 35. Licence of fee.‑(1) Alicence granted under this part shall be for

single rod and line fishing only.

(2) The fee for a licence granted under this part shall be charged at the following rates :‑

(i) Per day??????? ????????????? ... Ten rupees.

(ii) Per week??? ??????????? ... Sixty rupees.

(iii) Per month?? ??????????? ... Two hundred rupees.

  1. Restriction on size offish to becaught.‑Catching of trout less than 9 inches in length is prohibited. Such fish if caught shall be put back in the water forthwith.

  2. Number offish to be caught.‑Nolicensee shall catch more than five

fish in a day on one licence.

  1. No restriction on number of fish caught for scientific purposes or for

thinningout.‑Nothing in these rules shall prevent the catching of any number of trout at any time of the year scientific purposes or for thinning out of over?crowd population of fish.

  1. Fee not to be refunded.‑The licencefee paid under rule 35 shall in no case be refunded or the reach for which the licence has been issued be

changed.

40. Licence not to be transferred or shared.‑Alicence granted under this part shall be non‑transferable and shall not be shared with any person.

  1. Duplicate licence.‑Where a licence granted under this part is lost or accidentally destroyed, the Extra Assistant Director of Fisheries of the

area concerned may, on payment of a fee of one rupee, issue a duplicate copy of such licence.

  1. Kinds of lures to beused.‑A licensee shall use either of the following lures only :‑

*(a)*Artificial fly.

*(b)*Artificial spinning bait, including Spoons, and

(c) Artificial worm.?????? ~r .?????? f. .?????? , _ ?????? _ ,

43. No fish to he killed in the close seasons.‑‑'No fish shall be killed in the waters to which this part applies during the period from the 10th day of October to the 9th day of March in the followin; year (hothdays inclusive) except under the authority of the Director of Fisheries.

44. Seizure.‑All apparatus erected or used for fishing in contravention of these rules may be seized and taken into possession by the person empowered under section 16 ofthe Ordinance by the challenging authority and may be produced in Court in support of illegal fishing and the fish so caught may be auctioned.

  1. No licensee shall be allowed to sell trout caught by him.

46.‑(1) The Extra Assistant Director of Fisheries of the area concerned may issue identity card on payment. of a fee of Rs. 15.00 to a person whomay act as fishery guide for providing assistance to the licensee,

(2) Without prejudice to any other penalty to which sucb person may be liable under the Ordinance or these rules, and identity card granted under this rule shall be cancelled by the Extra Assistant Director o" Fisheries for breach of any condition of these rules, or any provision of the Ordinance.

PART V‑PROVINCIAL ANGLING LICENCE

  1. Grant of Angling Licence.‑Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules the Director of Fisheries or an officer authorised by him in this behalf may, on payment of a fee of Rs. 30.00, grant a provincial angling licence which shall enable its holder to fish with rod and line in any of the waters mentioned in rule 48.

  2. Application for Angling Licence.‑A licenseeholding a licence granted under rule 47 may fish in waters of Rivers Swat (in District Peshawar). Indus, Kabul, Naguman, Shahalam Toi, Siren (Below Khaki and Kunhar) (Below Pucca Bridge at Balakot) and their tributaries, excluding leased areas and their tributaries.

  3. Validity of the licence.‑A licencegranted under rule 47 shall be non‑transferable, and shall remain in force from the 1st day of September in each year to the 31st day of August in the following year.

  4. Refund oflicence fee.‑The fee paid for a licence under rule 47 may be refunded to the legal heir of the licensee on the presentation of a claim for refund made within one week from the date of the issue of licence if it is proved to the satisfaction of the officer issuing the licence that the licence could not be made use of on account of the death of licensee immediately after the licence was issued.

  5. Condition for fishing.‑Alicensee to whom a licence has been granted under this part shall be entitled to fish with rod and line having two hooks only and shall not use more than two rods at any time.

  6. Permission of owners ofprivate waters necessary.‑A licence granted under rule 47 shall be subject to the permission of the, riparian owners for fishing in waters‑

(a) which have been or may hereafter be declared as "private" waters ; or

(b) which though public waters required permission for fishing therein according to the entries in Wajibularg or Record‑of‑Rights of the village ooncoMe4.

  1. Entrance to Headworks of Canals prohibited.‑Alicence granted under this part shall not entitle its holder to enter on the I3eadworks of Canals without the prior permission of the Executive Engineer or any Officer authorised by the Irrigation Authorities in this behalf.

APPENDIX‑I

LIST op WATER WHICH FIsRiNG LICENCE MAY BB ISSUED

(VIDE RULE, 3)

  1. Peshawar District.‑Rivers‑Kabul riverwith branches and Adezi River, Michni or Naguman River, Shahalam River, and Budni Stream, Swat River with branches as Abazai or lundai and Khaiyali, Bara River and Indus River.

Nullahs.‑Loe Khawar, Guddar Khawar, Ghunu Khawar. Ghaura Khawar, Takanta Beg Khawar, Palosai Khawar Zaindai Khawar, Aza Khel Khawar, Chela Khawar, Chinkas Khawar, Naki Khawar, Nataki Khawar, Arand Khawar, Dheri Khawar, Banda Khawar, Palosin Khawar, Talab Khawar Kakhan Kbawar, Jundai Khawar, Subhan Khawar, Uch Nala, Kalghi Nala, Najji Nala, Turpai Nala, Arandai Nala, Turpai Nala, Lukaria Nala, Amar Kali Nala, Mursi Nala, Shahida Nala, Jurai Nala, Jina Kore Nala, Jabba Nala, Maged Nala, Balos Nala, Kalpani Nala.

  1. Mardan District.‑River Indus, Badri Khawar and its tributaries as Zandi Khawar, Totai Nala, Tigrai Khawar.

Bada Khawar and tributaries and Kundai Khawar, Pola Khawar, Ameri Khawar, Wuch Khawar, Sargari Khawar, Jummu Kbawar, Budga Khawar.

Kalpani Nulla and its tributaries Phagiari Khawar, Lundi Shah Khawar, Haiki Khawar, Guar Khawar, Bharyo Khawar and Khul Khawar.

Mamm Nalla and its tributaries and Narai Khawar, Dagi Khawar, Bakarai Khawar, Jeo Khawar, Badami Khawar, Pacha Tangi Khawar and Sinawar of Mandu Khawar.

  1. Swat District.‑River swat from the confluence of Madyan Stream to Landaki with all its tributaries. River Indus and its tributaries in Shangal?par Swat District. Budkhel Nullah and their tributaries.

  2. Dir District.‑River Punjkora from Chukiatan to Kulandi and its tributaries. River Swat and its tributaries from Landakh to Thana and from Batkhela to Kulandi in Dir District and Malakand Agency.

  3. Chitral District.‑River Chitral and its tributaries from the confluence of Lutkoh'and Mastuj River to the boundfy of the district down stream. River Mastuj and its tributaries. River Turkho and its tributaries. River Lutkoh and'its tributaries from Karinj to the confluence of Lutkoh and Mastuj River.

  4. Kohat District.‑Teri Toi and its branches as Largrai Toi, Narai Ober Algad, Fit Kirmar Algad, Mithan Algad and Lilian Algad.

Khakh Toi, Kohat Toi as Lachi Toi, Marmzai Toi, Summari Toi. Nazar Toi, Safi Algad, Jabi Toi and Sarai Toi.

Shkalai Nullah and Randokha Nullah, Inzar Nullah Khawar Algad Star Algad ugda, Shugga Algad (Khawar).

112 Lands Toi. Shage Tc. Gaz Dera Toi, Khank9 Toi, Kurmatang Khawar, Akhtar Nullah Tarkhabi Algad, Narai Algad, Roshu Algad, Jour Nullah Launghar Algad, Tukha Algad, River Indus.

  1. District Hazara.‑River Sind, River Kunhar below Pacca Bridge (Balakot) Siran River, Daur River, Haro River, Ichrar Nullah, Booth Nalla, Illdysi Nallah, Darkan, Naallah Karpani, Beeran Gali Nallah, Nandi Sialkot Nallab, Tirair Nallah, Nallah Mangal.

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