Rahim Yar Khan Tehsil

Rahim Yar Khan Tehsil (Urdu: تحصیل رحیم یار خان‎) is an administrative subdivision (tehsil) of Rahim Yar Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[3]

Rahim Yar Khan Tehsil


تحصیل رحیم یار خان
Official logo of Rahim Yar Khan Tehsil

Tehsil Municipal Administration logo
Country Pakistan
ProvincePunjab, Pakistan Punjab
DistrictRahim Yar Khan
Government
 • TypeTehsil Municipal Administration
 • AdministratorSyed Tariq Mahmood Bukhari
 • Municipal OfficerSardar Naseer Ahmad
Area
 • Tehsil2,628 km2 (1,015 sq mi)
Population
 • Tehsil1,530,330
 • Urban
484,124
 • Rural
1,046,206
Time zoneUTC+5 (PST)
Number of towns1
WebsiteTMA Rahim Yar Khan

References

  1. ^ "TMA Rahim Yar Khan: Administrative Setup". 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.
  3. ^ Tehsil Nazims & Naib Tehsil Nazims in the District of Rahim Yar Khan
Bhong

Bhong (Urdu, and Punjabi: بھونگ) is a small town of Rahim Yar Khan District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is a Union Council of Sadiqabad tehsil (Urdu for subdistrict) and is located 200 kilometres away from Bhawalpur at 28° 25' 0" North, 69° 55' 0" East.

Chak 111/1L, Rahim Yar Khan

Chak No 111/1.L Punjab, Pakistan is a village located about 18 kilometres towards south of Rahim Yar Khan. This village is situated in Union Council 45 Rahim Yar Khan District, Khanpur.

Chak 152 P, Sadiqabad

Chak 152P is a village in Sadiqabad, Rahim Yar Khan District, Punjab, Pakistan. In 2004, a military farm was located at Chak 152P. In 2003, a camel-fighting mela was held in the village. The village has 1515 registered voters.

Chandrami

Chandrami is a town of Sadiqabad Tehsil in the Rahim Yar Khan District of Pakistan. A village where most of the population is Warind and many minority casts also live there . It is located to the north-west of Sadiqabad, the tehsil capital. Chandrami is famous for its ethnical and religious diversity. People from different sects and religion lives here. Mostly are Muslims and Hindus, which is rare thing. Chandrami is between Sadiqabad and Rahim Yar Khan District. People speaks Punjabi and Saraiki language. There are no anyone Popular political and social personality in village chandrami . Agriculture Farm Houses of Muhammad Hanif Patwari and Allah Nawaz Dhudhi are just located in 2 KM radius of Chandrami.

Machi Goth

Machi Goth (Punjabi and Urdu: ماچھی گوٹھ‎) is a small city/town in Sadiqabad Tehsil of Rahim Yar Khan District in Punjab province of Pakistan. Fauji Fertilizer Company (FFC) is located in Machi Goth.FFC manufactures Urea fertilizer.

Mian Wali Qureshian

Mian Wali Qureshian is a town in Rahim Yar Khan District, Punjab, Pakistan. It was founded more than 450 years ago by Makhdoom Ruhullah Shah the first. The language spoken is Saraiki language.

Location of Mian Wali Qureshian:

Mian Wali Qureshian is located at KLP Road, 33 Kilometre away from Rahim Yar Khan.

History of Mian Wali Qureshian:

Mian Wali Qureshian is town of Rahim Yar Khan. Tehsil and District of Mian Wali Qureshian is Rahim Yar Khan.

Facilities of Mian Wali Qureshian:

All kind of facilities are provided in Mian Wali Qureshian. These facilities are Sewerage System, Water Supply, Electricity, Gas, Telephone, Banks, MEPCO Sub Divisional Office, Union Council office, Shopping Centres and Mobile Networks.

Hospitals of Mian Wali Qureshian:

One Rural Health Centre (RHC) is working to provide health facilities to the people of Mian Wali Qureshian.

Many private hospitals and clinics are working to provide health facilities to the people of Mian Wali Qureshian

Education of Mian Wali Qureshian:

Mian Wali Qureshian is an educational city of Rahim Yar Khan. One government boys high school, One government girls middle school and many private schools are working to provide education to the students of Mian Wali Qureshian.

Population of Mian Wali Qureshian:

The population of Mian Wali Qureshian is about 10-20 thousands approximately.

Rahim Yar Khan

Rahim Yar Khan ( رحیم یار خان) is a city in Punjab province of Pakistan. It is the 17th largest city of Pakistan. According to the 2017 Census of Pakistan, its population is 420,419.

It is the capital of Rahim Yar Khan District and of Rahim Yar Khan Tehsil. The administration of the city is subdivided into nine Union Councils. In 1881, Nawab of Bahawalpur gave this city its current name by naming it after his first-born son and crown prince Rahim Yar Khan.

Rahimabad, Pakistan

Rahimabad is a village in the Leghari Estate in Rahim Yar Khan District, part of the former Bahawalpur State, in Pakistan. It is approximately 24 kilometres west of Sadiqabad.

Upon the death of Sardar Mohammad Rahim Khan Leghari (I) Leghari Sardar and Tumandar his sons migrated from Choti Zareen, their ancestral home, to the State of Bahawalpur due to internal differences within the clan. (See also Leghari). The Amir of Bahawalpur awarded Sardar Mir Alam Khan Leghari an estate where he founded the village of Rahimabad around 1860 AD. His son,

Sardar Noor Mohammad Khan Leghari (I) was the architect behind the development of Rahimabad and the Leghari family's rise to prominence in Bahawalpur State.

Sardar Allah Buksh Khan Leghari was a cousin of Sardar Noor Muhammad Khan Leghari and Sardar Mohammad Rahim Khan Leghari (II) was his elder brother, after whom the village is named.

Sadiqabad, Punjab

Sadiqabad is a city and capital of Sadiqabad Tehsil in Rahim Yar Khan District, Punjab province of Pakistan. It is situated at the border of Sindh and Punjab. According to the 2017 Census of Pakistan, its population is 239,677. It is ranked 32nd in the List of largest cities of Pakistan.

Walhar

Walhar is a village in Punjab, Pakistan, 18.7 km away from Sadiqabad.

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