Head Muhammad Wala Bridge Multan – An Attractive Picnic Point
The role of Chenab River is very prominent in the development of agriculture and national prosperity of Pakistan. There is a bridge on Head Muhammad Wala to go from Multan to Chowk Azam, Chowk Sarwar Shaheed (Chowk Munda), Rangpur, Mianwali, Dera Ismail Khan and to other cities.
There is also a modern bridge at Sher Shah to go to Multan to Muzaffar Garh, Dera Ghazi Khan, Ali Pur and to other cities. Earlier there was a bridge in British reign on the railway track for general Traffic from Sher Shah road. On account of the decrepitude and wear and tear condition of that bridge, a modern bridge has been constructed here while the use of bridge on the railway track for the general traffic has been terminated.
Due to the efforts of the former Prime Minister Mr. Yusaf Raza Gilani this Head Muhammad Wala Bridge Constructed and the people on both sides of the bridge get rid off the boats. The Chenab River is about 960 Km. long. In Karachi on September 19, 1960 when Indus Water Treaty signed by the Indian Prime Minister Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru and the President of Pakistan Mr. Ayub Khan due to the intervention of the World Bank, this Chenab River was also included in that agreement with Indus and Jhelum rivers.
Head Muhammad Wala Bridge is now an important picnic point for the people of Multan and Muzaffargarh and surrounding areas. Fresh Fish is
There is an easy access to Bridge Head Muhammad Wala from different places of Multan and Muzaffar Garh. For instance, The distance from General Bus Stand Multan, Muzaffar Garh city and other locations are :-
Distance from GBS Multan Via northern by-pass road = 21 Km
Distance from Muzaffar Garh City = 35 Km
Distance from BZU Multan = 13 KM
Distance from 9 No. Chungi Multan = 13 Km
Distance form Multan Cantonment = 18 Km
Distance From Ghanta Ghar / Qila Kohna Qasim Park / Multan Fort = 14.5 Kilometers.