Ladheke

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Ladheke
Village
Ladheke is located in Pakistan
Ladheke
Ladheke
Coordinates: 31°16′40″N 74°19′11″E / 31.27782°N 74.319712°E / 31.27782; 74.319712Coordinates: 31°16′40″N 74°19′11″E / 31.27782°N 74.319712°E / 31.27782; 74.319712
Country Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Lahore
Elevation 200 m (700 ft)
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Ladheke is a village situated in the outskirts of Lahore near Raiwind, in Punjab, Pakistan, near the eastern border with India. Its name is based on a Sikh public figure of the area. Chief Minister of Punjab, Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Shareef contested elections from here and got elected in May-2013 general elections with a high margin from Mansha Sindhu, PTI candidate. Ladheke is divided into three parts, Ladheke Unche, Ladheke Neewain and Ladheke Bhullar. Notable residents includes Safeer Ahmed Maan and Zameer Ahmed Maan. Barfi of ladheke Uchay enjoys great popularity and appreciation from all over the country. Tonnes of barfi is exported all over the country on special orders.

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