APNAMUZAFFARGARH

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Apna Muzaffargarh

آئےمظفرگڑھ کو سنواریں۔ اپنا مظفر گڑھ آپ کی اپنی ویب سائٹ ہے۔ مظفرگڑھ کی بہتری اوراس کو سنوارنے کے لئے

اپنی تجاویز اورآرا سے ہمیں ضرور نوازیں۔ ہمیں آپ کے مشوروں کا انتظار رہے گا۔

Muzaffargarh is an old and important District of Punjab Province and known for its educational/ academic institutes, mango and other agricultural products, Power Houses and Oil Refinery 

A number of offices of the Provincial and Federal Government are functioning in the district and providing services to the people and implementing  policy of the Government which is aimed at making the district stronger in  economical, social and political affairs.

DCO OFFICE

 MUZAFFARGARH AT A GLANCE

(Railway Station)

Muzaffargarh hardly possesses any distinct annals of its own. However, what is available in the history books indicates that the Town of Muzaffargarh was founded in 1794 by the Pathan Governor Muzaffar Khan, who migrated to this area along with other members of his family from Afghanistan when the Durrani Empire superceded that of Dehli in North-Western India. Nawab Muzaffar Khan was posted as Governor of Multan under the Durrani dynasty.  He constructed a wall surrounding main Muzaffargarh Town and gave this place his name.  The “word” Muzaffargarh literly means the abode of Muzaffar. It is formed by the grammatical process of affixation. With the advance of time, the Muzaffargarh Town fell under the control of one or the other Rule till the East India Company also extended its authority over it. The District is situated at a distance of 35 K.M in the West from Multan across the River Chenab. On the North, it bounded by Chaubara Sub-Division of Layyah District, the West by Dera Ghazi Khan District and on the South-West by Bahawalpur and Rahim Yar Khan Districts. The district is also surrounded on its Eastern and Western sides by the river Chenab and the Indus which flow at distance of 08 and 35 K.M respectively from the main town.                                                                                                                    

                        Muzaffargarh district was created in 1861. This District comprises four Tehsils namely, Muzaffargarh, Kot Addu, Alipur and Jatoi. Its area is about 20,52,571 acres  or 8249 Sq KM  (400 Meter above sea level and population is 36,00,000. Total villages are 1281 in the district and 93 Union Councils.

Qinwan Chowk Muzaffargarh

 

TEHSILS, POLICE SUB-DIVISION AND POLICE STATION.

 

Name of Tehsil

Police Sub-Division

Police Station

Police Posts.

Muzaffargarh

City

  1. City.
  2. Sadar.
  3. Rangpur

1)        Bangla Juana.

2)        Chenab Bridge.

3)        Head Muhammad Wala

4)        Khanpur Bagga Sher.

-do-

Sadar

  1. Qureshi.
  2.  Shahjamal.
  3. Khangarh.
  4. Rohillanwali.
  1. Mondka.
  2. Ghazi Ghat.

Kot Addu.

Kot Addu

  1. Kot Addu.
  2. Sinawan.
  3. Mehmood Kot.
  4. Sarwar Shaheed.
  5. D. D. Panah.
  1. Basti Sarai.
  2. Gujrat.
  3. Riazabad.

Alipur.

Alipur.

  1. City.
  2. Sardar.
  3. Seetpur.
  4. Khairpur.
  5. Kindai.
  1. Mud Sohara Shah.
  2. Nalka Add.

Jatoi.

Jatoi.

  1. Jatoi.
  2. Shehr Sultan.
  3. Bait Mir Hazar.
  1. Rampur.
  2. Bait Daryai.
  3. Head Bakaini.

 

AREA AND POPULATION.

 

Name of Area

Population

%age

Name of Tehsil

Population

 District Muzaffargarh

Male

13,73,036

52.09%

Muzaffargarh

9,82,866

Female

1,62,867

47.91%

Kot Addu

8,08,438

Total

26,35,903

-

Alipur

3,98,053

Rural

-

22,94,558

87.06%

Jatoi

4,46,546

Urban

-

3,41,345

12.95%

Total

26,35,903

Literacy Rate

-

-

28.45%

 

 

 

UNION COUNCILS.

 

Sr.

No.

Name of Tehsil

No: of Union Council.

Women Councilor.

Peasant/ Worker

Minority

Total

1

Muzaffargarh

35

12

02

02

51

2.

Kot Addu

28

09

01

01

39

3.

Alipur.

14

05

01

01

21

4.

Jatoi

16

05

02

01

24

 

Total:

93

31

06

05

135

 

CULTIVATED/ UNCULTIVATED AREA.

                                                                                                     ( Area in  Acres)   

Sr. No.

Name of Tehsil

No: of villages

Total Area.

Cultivated Area

Un-Cultivated Area

1.

Muzaffargarh

426

5,83,309

3,74,422

2,08,669

2

Kot Addu

341

8,77,989

4,24,521

4,63,468

3

Alipur.

124

3,38,227

2,10,747

1,27,480

4.

Jatoi

93

2,53,264

1,83,199

70,065

 

Total:

984

20,52,571

11,32,889

8,69,682

 

 

 

 

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