|Maintained by||Punjab Irrigation Department|
|Length||975 meters (3,201 ft)|
|Width||17 meters (56 ft)|
|Fall||6 meters (20 ft)|
|Above sea level||250 meters (820 ft)|
New Barrage and old barrage
New barrage is in working condition and old barrage (built by British gov.) is not in working condition. Rasul Barrage is used to control water flow in the River Jhelum for irrigation and flood control purposes.
Rasul Barrage was constructed in 1968 and has a discharge capacity of 24070 cubic meter per second. Water is diverted from this point to Chenab River at Qadirabad through Rasul-Qadirabad link canal, then ultimately transferred to Sulemanki Barrage on the Sutlej River. Rasul-Qadirabad link canal has the second largest water discharge capacity after Chashma-Jhelum link canal. It has 538-m³/s discharge capacity while Chashma-Jhelum link canal has 615-m³/s capacity.
Rasul Hydel Power Station
|Rasul Hydel Power Station|
|Nameplate capacity||22 MW|
|Annual net output||32.8 GW·h|
A small hydropowoer plant of 22 MW (two units of 11 MW each) generation capacity was also put into operation on Upper Jhelum Canal at Rasul, Punjab in December 1952 with average annual yield of 63 units (GWh).
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