Lahore: The Punjab administration has chosen to solve the developing pollution in the metropolis by using artificial rain, according to news reports. Professor Munawar Sabir, Director of the Centre for Integrated Mountain Research, will manage the PKR 100 million project.

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Dr Munawar is contemplating experimental testing of the project in Khanspur’s hilly district, according to the source. The first phase of the artificial rain project will cover a one-square-kilometer area. The experiment will be repeated in the province capital following the trial’s success on November 19, when three days of clouds are forecast.

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Dr. Munawar told the media that he is funding the initial experiment with his own money, but that the plan for Lahore would be funded by the government. It’s worth noting that cloud seeding, often known as artificial rain, is a well-known method that involves the use of natural clouds and high humidity sprayed with salt solutions. Water condensation is aided by the salts.

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