• About 50 million acres of uncultivated agricultural land will be created which are presently abundant (foothills of mountains, riverbanks, deserts, and government & private lands). Regardless of ownership as far as if it is uncultivated land, will be transferred to district governments and then leased to working farmers as described in the mechanism as described below.
  • Does not affect existing farmland approx. 50 million acres.
  • District Government will have ownership of uncultivated land.

Cultivated and Non-cultivated Land

Total Pakistan area 796,095 (km2) = 196,719,358.29 (Acres)


Land irrigation total in Acres
Province Total irrigated Area Cultivated Land Non-Cultivated Land Total radius area
Baluchistan 872,648 501,764 370,245 8,579,2517.23
KPK 1,724,608 1,528,834 155,206 18,414,540.1
Punjab 2,4427,368 22,528,294 3,061,636 50,741,854.47
Sindh 12,647,582 10,687,375 2,233,835 34,820,607.66
FATA (Federally administered tribal areas) 939,520 489,124 470,696 6,726,208.48
Azad Jammu & Kashmir 38,130 411,263 1,922,665 3,285,760.26
Gilgit Baltistan 149,022 154,822 53415 18,031,526.76
Islamabad Capital Territory 872648 36,301,476 8,267,698 223,877.48
Total 40,798,878 501,764 370,245 218,036,892.4


Province Utilization Land % Utilization
Baluchistan 40,322,484 63%
KPK 2,181,067 3%
Punjab 10,148,371 16%
Sindh 5,223,092 8%
Kashmir 6,493,760 10%
Total 64,368,774 100%


Mark the land into agricultural zones within each district

(district #, block #[1,000 acres] , lot #[10 acres]), all of which should be computerized in a way so each lot, block, and district can be visited and distinguished by on click on Google Earth. Prepare a digital map of Pakistan that shows:

• Cultivated land in Green color • Districts: 164
• Uncultivated land in Yellow color • Blocks: 0.5 million
• Rest of Pakistan in Red color • Lots: 5 million
• 50 million acres of uncultivated land • Working farmers: 20 million


  • Prepare a list of all working farmers on a village level, tehsil level & district level (ages between 22 to 50 years)
  • Ten-acre lot leased to one working farmer, preferably from the same village, tehsil, and district  (NO sale, purchase, inheritance, or gift).
  • In case of a shortage of working farmers in a district, farmers from a neighboring district may cultivate that district’s land.
  • In case of death, disability or retirement at the age of 65, the lot will be re-allotted preferably to the same family and/or village.


  • Farmers will pay annual dues to district/provincial/federal government.
    • 50% to District Govt, 25% to Provincial Govt,   25% to Federal Govt
    • The amount of dues will be based on the classification of the agricultural land.
    • For example:
      • Type A Land: 20,000 R.s./acre
      • Type B Land: 10,000 R.s./acre
      • Type C Land: 5,000 R.s./acre

In this way, the government will collect about 10 Billion U.S. Dollars every year from about 50 Million newly cultivated land.


  • Agricultural scientists and experts will prepare a crop policy for each district regarding the type of crops, seeds, fertilizer, and pesticides. For this purpose soil lab report must be essential for each lot, to exactly determine the appropriate crop type and fertilizers. They can also take data from comparable existing farm sites globally (similar latitude, climate, soil conditions).


  • The provincial government will be responsible for providing irrigation and agricultural tool and machinery. For this purpose, the Provincial Government will build storm systems to collect rainwater in artificial lakes & ponds. The underground water table can be raised by building dry wells and catching areas and storing the water in underground sand. So water can be used for drinking, drip irrigation, and sprinkler systems.
  • An agricultural inspector will be responsible to achieve the crop targets of the block (1,000 acres). There must be one inspector for each block.


1. About 70 percent elimination of litigation.

2. Elimination of Feudalism (absentee landlordism).

3. Revenue collection of about 10 billion USD per year.

4. A tremendous increase in agricultural production and related industries.

5. 20 million people will get jobs.