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The demand for land suitable for agricultural production in Pakistan increased by an estimated three to five percent last year. The ROI on such property ranges between 10 to 15% per annum.
Here are four areas in Punjab where agricultural land is available and is suitable for crop cultivation:
1. Dipalpur is located 25 kilometres south of Okara; ample farmland is available there, with natural, underground freshwater sources. Continue reading