Jaboka

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جبوكہ
Town and union council
Jaboka
Country Pakistan
Region Punjab
District Okara District
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Area code(s) 0442

Jaboka (Urdu: جبوكہ‎), is a town and union council of Okara District in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[1] It is located at 30°57'38N 73°27'10E with an altitude of 161 metres (531 feet) [2]

Jaboka is one of the big towns of District Okara. It is historical city. The people were living here before 70 to 80 years were called Jaboka therefore it is named Jaboka. It has two ancient buildings also which were constructed about 100 years ago. It has population of about 50,000. Jaboka is commercial and educational center for about more than 20 villages around it. Commercially Jaboka is very good it has markets of garments and cloth. It is one of the old towns of Pakistan. It has developed quite well, compared to the other villages. From Okara City there is a road to Okara which is also bus route for that area. A government hospital is also available. It has bus stand and MCB bank also there. Other locations around Jaboka

Chak 15 GD Hazrat Wala, Khooh Pak, Satghara, is also an ancient village it has many ancient buildings and it has tomb of MIR CHAKAR. The story about Satghara is famous that it has destroyed seven times therefore it is known as Satghara.

Gogera 18 GD, 16 GD Maddo ka chak

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Coordinates: 30°57′38″N 73°27′10″E / 30.96056°N 73.45278°E / 30.96056; 73.45278