The Pakistan Agricultural Inquiry Committee (1951) recognized the desirability of
using machinery for rapid development of new lands and for cultivation of reverine tracts. The Food and Agricultural Commission of (1960) also considered the scope of introducing mechanization Revelle report (1964) commented on farm machinery and implements and suggested that major attention should be paid to the problem of designing agricultural equipment and proper systems suitable for small holdings. It also suggested the development of small horse power tractors. The five-year development plans have successively provided funds of the expansion of land development work with heavy machinery and for setting up of a network of agricultural workshops in the province (Report of the Farm Mechanization Committee, 1970).