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Town and union council
Country Pakistan
Region Balochistan
District Kachi District
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Departing Machh Railway Station

Machh, or Mach, is a small town and union council of Bolan District in the Balochistan province of Pakistan.[1] The town has an altitude of 1006 metres (3303 feet) and is located at 29°52'0N 67°19'60E, [2] - some about 50 km (70 km by road) southeast of Quetta, the provincial capital.


Mach is located in between the stony hills. It is divided into 3 parts; area for jail, railway and town. There is only one bazaar. People belonging from different tribes like balochi, kashmiri, hazare, sindhi, punjabi and hindus.


Several languages are spoken there such as pashto, barawi, balochi, sindi, punjabi, persian and urdu.

Earning Source[edit]

Mostly people works in coal mines, railway and jail. Others works in shops and wapda sector.


Mach is famous for its jail, built in 1929 and coal mines.


The weather is so dry. Its rains 3 or 4 times in year.


People use cars, bikes and cycles for transportation in town.


Coordinates: 29°52′0″N 67°20′0″E / 29.86667°N 67.33333°E / 29.86667; 67.33333