The Poonch River (also known as Punch River, Punch Tohi, Tohi of Punch) is a tributary of the Jhelum River flowing through Jammu and Kashmir, India and Azad Jammu and Kashmir in Pakistan.
Poonch River is located in the Kashmir of India and Azad Kashmir of Pakistan on Kotli Road only thirty five Kilometers from the Rawalakot City. The small towns Kotli, Tata Pani are located at the bank of Poonch River. It starts from west of Pir Panjal Range, area of Neel Kanth and Jamian Gali. This river is also called Siran in that portion flowing towards northwest. This river is about eight hundred and eighty six meter above the sea level. Driving to the Poonch River, there are many different fascinating and amazing views of water. This river is wide and some about long too. Further, a big piece of land is available of about 2 acres which can be use under development. Poonch River has two small tributaries named Betaar and Suwan. Land route is also available to the river which runs from Hajra to Kotli. This river is surely said to be the paradise in earth because of its beauty and the attractions. These types of rivers are the major attractions for the tourist but unfortunately, the road facilities which are not appropriate made it difficult for tourist to visit one of the greatest creations of Al Mighty ALLAH. Due to the dangerous earthquake this area has been quite affected. Land routes are trying to make possible and of the standard one to this area by the Govt. Pakistan
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