Karachi Central District

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Karachi Central District (Sindhi: مرڪزي ڪراڇي ضلعو Urdu: ضلع کراچی وسطی ‎) is an administrative district of Karachi Division in Sindh, Pakistan. It is located in the central part of Karachi.

The District was abolished in 2000 and divided into four towns namely Liaquatabad Town, North Nazimabad Town, Gulberg Town and New Karachi Town. On 11 July 2011 Sindh Government restored again Karachi Central District.[1] Urdu speaking Muhajirs form majority of the district followed by Punjabis, Biharis, Sindhis, Gujaratis, Rajasthanis, Gilgiti and Pashtun.

Administrative towns in Karachi Central[edit]

Gulberg Town[edit]

Union Council


GulbergTown Karachi.PNG

U.C. 1 Azizabad
U.C. 2 Karimabad
U.C. 3 Aisha Manzil
U.C. 4 Ancholi
U.C. 5 Naseerabad
U.C. 6 Yaseenabad
U.C. 7 Water Pump
U.C. 8 Shafiq Mill Colony
Nagan Interchange between New Karachi Town & North Nazimabad Town in Karachi Central


Liaquatabad Town[edit]

Union Council


LiaquatabadTown Karachi.PNG

U.C. 1 Rizvia Society (R.C.H.S.)
U.C. 2 Firdous Colony
U.C. 3 Super Market
U.C. 4 Dak Khana
U.C. 5 Qasimabad
U.C. 6 Bandhani Colony
U.C. 7 Sharifabad
U.C. 8 Commercial Area
U.C. 9 Mujahid Colony
U.C. 10 Nazimabad
U.C. 11 Abbasi Shaheed


New Karachi Town[edit]

Union Council


NewKarachiTown Karachi.PNG

U.C. 1 Kalyana
U.C. 2 Sir Syed Colony
U.C. 3 Fatima Jinnah Colony
U.C. 4 Godhra
U.C. 5 Abu Zar Ghaffari
U.C. 6 Hakim Ahsan
U.C. 7 Madina Colony
U.C. 8 Faisal Colony
U.C. 9 Khamiso Goth
U.C. 10 Mustufa Colony
U.C. 11 Khawaja Ajmeer Nagri
U.C. 12 Gulshan-e-Saeed
U.C. 13 Shah Nawaz Bhutto Colony


North Nazimabad Town[edit]

Union Council


NorthNazimabadTown Karachi.PNG

U.C. 1 Paposh Nagar
U.C. 2 Pahar Ganj
U.C. 3 Khandu Goth
U.C. 4 Hyderi
U.C. 5 Sakhi Hassan
U.C. 6 Farooq-e-Azam
U.C. 7 Nusrat Bhutto Colony
U.C. 8 Shadman Town
U.C. 9 Buffer Zone
U.C. 10 Buffer Zone II


References[edit]

  1. ^ Karachi’s district status restored, notification issued, Published in The News Tribe on 11 July 2011, Retrieved on 22 August 2012

Coordinates: 24°55′53″N 67°02′15″E / 24.9313°N 67.0374°E / 24.9313; 67.0374