Hint: Punjab is a geopolitical, cultural, and ancient region in South Asia. It comprises regions of eastern Pakistan and northern India. The boundaries of the state are ill-defined and concentrate on historical descriptions.
Complete answer: The Beas, Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, and Sutlej are the five rivers which gave Punjab its name. Currently, only Ravi, Beas and Sutlej are flowing in Punjab. The Jhelum and Chenab now flow in Pakistan. The Panjnad River in the Punjab territory, Pakistan is the meeting point of all the five rivers. Hence, the first statement is correct.
The principal occupation in Punjab is agriculture. People here are very active and they work hard to conserve their fields and grow crops. Being an agriculture rich sector, it is the largest producer of wheat and is known as the wheat bowl of India. This statement is also correct.
Hence, the correct option is A as both the statements are true.
Note: The abrupt industrialization and urbanization have directed the establishment of several industries which in turn has irked the cause of water pollution in Punjab. The ecology of the network has been polluted a lot which has also imbalanced the natural stability between the living and the non-living elements of the environment. Today, the waters of the main rivers, that is, river Sutlej, Beas and Ghagar have been polluted to the degree that these are expected to be replenished in order to conserve the quality of water.