Harals are in very large numbers in Jhang, Chiniot, Sargodha, Faisalabad,Jaranwala and Chak Jhumra, Shahkot, and in small numbers in some villages of Tehsil Pind Dadan Khan of Jhelum District,District Shekhupura, District Gujranwala and other central Punjab districts. Some of the prominent villages of Harals in Chiniot District are Sarwala, Muradwala,Kot Roshan,Qazian and Bhaderiwala; and in Faisalabad District are Muloani Harallan, Lakkarwala, Maddoana Harallan, and Khanuana Harallan.The Harals of Chiniot, Sargodha and Gujranwala Districts of Punjab are also said to be a sub-caste of the Aheers and comes under Chandravanshi Rajput clans.
Haral, Kharal were the sons of Rai Bhopa who came to Uch sharif and converted to Islam along with his sons. Harals of Matila and Korey Kot Haral which is a famous village of Sargodha near Kot Moman. They are settled along the banks of Chenab, they have lands near river Jehlum. In 1931 census, conducted during British rule, the male population was recorded as 5,000 - the tribe was found in the Sahiwal District, Jhang and the now defunct Shahpur districts.
Muhammad Bilal Faiz Haral (03333888659)