PESHAWAR (APP) - The provincial government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will complete construction of six small dams in Kohat, Karakm Haripur, Nowshera and Charsadda during next financial year (2011-12) to bring 12,310 acres of more agricultural land under cultivation in the province. This has been stated in the White Paper of the budget for financial year 2011-12 of the Department of Finance, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. According to the budget document, the dams whose construction would be completed include Darmalak Dam (Kohat) Lawaghar and Karak Dam (Karak), Khair Bara Dam (Haripur), Jabba Khattak Dam (Nowshera) and Palai Dam (Charsadda). However, the schemes are subject to the availability of funds. The provincial government has completed 90 per cent work on the Gomal Zam Dam. However, work progress on irrigation component is only 24.5%. The dam upon completion would irrigate an area of about 163,000 acres besides power generation of 17.4 MW. Similarly, another important Bazai Irrigation scheme located in District Mardan and Malakand Agency would bring about 25200 acres under irrigation. The survey, investigation and detail design of the project has been completed. Physical progress on the project is 20%. The provincial government hand allocated an amount of Rs.2417.248 million for 42 ongoing and 21 new schemes in the ADP for the outgoing financial year out of which 10 schemes have been completed while through the installation of 20 augmentation tube wells and rehabilitation of 20 more irrigation tube wells 8000 acres of existing irrigated land has been improved.