The district has metalled road-length of 983.69
Kilometers. The district is
linked with Khanewal, Lodhran and Muzaffargarh districts
through metalled roads. Rail-Links The main
Peshawar-Karachi railway line passes through Multan
district. The district is linked with Khanewal, Lodhran
and Muzaffargarh districts through railway network.
General Quality And Availability Of Sub-Soil Water.
water resources are adequate throughout the district. The
sub soil water is suitable for industrial purposes.
Effluent Disposal Facilities
There is no
mentionable nallah available in the district. However,
effluent of the industry can be disposed off in the river
Chenab after pre-treatment with permission from Irrigation
and Power Department, Government of the Punjab. POWER
SUPPLY. There are 10 grid stations in the district
(ranging in capacity from 66 KV to 132 KV).
Natural gas is available in Multan city,
Shujabad, Qadirpur Rawan, Larr, Makhdoom Rashid and
Tateypur. TELEPHONE FACILITIES. There are 20 telephone
exchanges operating in the district, (ranging in capacity
from 50 lines to 34000 lines). Cellular phone services are
available in the district.
Social Infra-Structural Facilities
|| Primary/ Middle/ High/ School
|| POLICE STATION
|| RAILWAY STATIONS
|| POST OFFICE
| Jalalpur Pirwala
are also Bahauddin Zikria University, Al-Khair University,
Preston University and Nishtar Medical College in the
Multan Dry Port Trust handles imports
and exports of various items. The export items are textile
products, grey cloth, cotton yarn, leather goods, raw
cotton and rice, etc. The import items are Auto spare
parts, PVC, chemicals, cotton yarn waste, paper waste
scrap, raw cotton, leather goods, vehicles, etc.
Foreign investors are permitted to hold 100% of the equity of industrial
projects without any permission of the Government.
No prior Government sanction is required for establishment of an industry
outside Ex-Municipal Territorial Limit of Town Committee / Municipal Corporation
irrespective of its cost and size except the following:-
a. Arms & Ammunition.
b. Security Printing Currency & Mint.
c. High Explosives.
d. Radio Active Substances.
e. Alcoholic Beverages or Liquors.
f. Cotton Ginning Industry.
g. Flour Mills.
- No industry shall be established within the territorial limits of
Ex-Municipal Corporation, Municipal Committee and Town Committees without
prior approval of the Government.
- NOC from Environment Protection Department, Government of Punjab is
- Tourism has been given the status of industry in accordance with Ministry
of Industries & Production Circular No. 1-129/99-INV-IV dated 2nd August 1999.
- The Housing and Construction Sector has also been declared as industry
(Finance Division Notification No. 10(10)/IF-II/98, dated 07.4.1999 and
- In accordance with Government notification No. 3(2)/97-INV-IV dated
05.5.1997, Computer Software and Information Technology (IT) have been
declared as Industry.