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Sanghar (Sindhi: سانگھڙ Urdu: سانگھڑ) is a city in Sanghar District, Sindh, Pakistan. Sanghar is the headquarters of Sanghar District and Sanghar Taluka (a subdivision of the district). It is one of the agriculture town situated approximately 265 km from Karachi city. , and airbase of the Pakistan in the city and also have road links with Hyderabad, Nawabshah, Mirpur Khas and other major cities of Sindh.
Sanghar has a unique place in history of Pakistan, as it was the Head Quarter of Militant freedom fighters called "HURS". Hur movement started during second world war when British raj was busy in fight against German Nazis and Japan at variopus fronts.
Sanghar is unique in its kind; it is probably the most variable in terms of ethnic community of all the cities of Sindh. People from every land and every community are found here and they enjoy the most cordial of the relationships. Even Hindus enjoy quite a good status here and they do their trade with a minimum of fuss, most of the doctors are from Hindu community.
Notable personalities 
- Ch.Muzaffar Khan Janjua, Ex. District Chairman PPP
- Choudhary Abid Farooq Janjua, Ex. City Nazim, PS-78 (Sanghar-I) MPA Ticket Holder
- Ali Ghulam, MPA PS-78 (Sanghar-I)
- Altaf hussain Rind ,District President PPP
- Muhammad Ali Sidhu ,Ex-minister For Petroleum and Energy Pakistan
See also