Jhelum River

  • Jhelum River rises from a-deep spring at Vemag, in the Indian-held sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Lidar, Sind and Pohru are the tributaries of Jhelum in Kashmir.
  • At Muzaffarabad, the river takes a sharp hairpin swing (meanders)southward and the Kishaganga joins at on its right bank.
  • Thereafter, it forms the India-Pakistan boundary for 170 km and emerges at the Potwar Plateau near Mirpur.
  • It has a total length of 724 km.
  • It joins the Chenab at Trimmu in Pakistan.

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