Liaquatpur Tehsil

Liaquatpur (Urdu: تحصِيل لِياقت پُور‎) is a tehsil located in Rahimyar Khan District, Punjab, Pakistan. Its capital is Liaquatpur. It is administratively subdivided into 25 Union Councils.

Liaquatpur Tehsil

تحصِيل لِياقت پُور
Official logo of Liaquatpur Tehsil

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Location of Liaquatpur Tehsil in Punjab, Pakistan
Location of Liaquatpur Tehsil in Punjab, Pakistan
Country Pakistan
RegionPunjab, Pakistan Punjab
DistrictRahimyar Khan
CapitalLiaquatpur
Union councils25
Government
 • TypeTehsil Municipal Administration
 • AdministratorAsif Iqbal
 • Chairman Municiple CommitteeRashid Rafiquee
Area
 • Tehsil4,644 km2 (1,793 sq mi)
Population
 • Tehsil1,035,509
 • Urban
51,989
 • Rural
983,520
Time zoneUTC+5 (PST)
WebsiteTMA Liaquatpur

References

  1. ^ "Adminstrative Setup TMA Liaquatpur". Local Government Punjab. Retrieved 2018-04-25.
  2. ^ "DISTRICT AND TEHSIL LEVEL POPULATION SUMMARY WITH REGION BREAKUP: PUNJAB" (PDF). Pakistan Bureau of Statistics. 2018-01-03. Retrieved 2018-04-24.

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2019 Tezgam train fire

On 31 October 2019, Pakistan Railways' Tezgam passenger train caught fire while traveling from Karachi to Rawalpindi, resulting in at least 75 passenger deaths. The train accident was the deadliest in Pakistan since 2005, when the Ghotki rail crash killed more than 100 people. Preliminary evidence suggested the explosion of a portable stove occurred because some passengers illegally cooked food aboard the train. Such use of gas stoves is common on Pakistan's railways; train authorities often turn a blind eye to the dangerous practice.

2019 in rail transport

This article lists events related to rail transport that are currently scheduled to occur in 2019. Please be aware that the actual dates on which these events occur may differ substantially from what is shown here.

Pakistan Tehsils of Punjab
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