Banga Chak

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Banga Chak
Village
Banga Chak is located in Pakistan
Banga Chak
Banga Chak
Coordinates: 30°53′05″N 72°26′25″E / 30.88472°N 72.44028°E / 30.88472; 72.44028Coordinates: 30°53′05″N 72°26′25″E / 30.88472°N 72.44028°E / 30.88472; 72.44028
Country  Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Faisalabad
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Banga Chak is a village situated in the Faisalabad District, Punjab, Pakistan. Village is linked with M3 motorway by Sahianwala interchange. The population is primarily Punjabi . Sugar cane, wheat and rice are the major production in this village. Islam is the major religion of the village. There are two mosques in Banga Chak, Jamia Masjid and Gulzar-e-Madina Masjid

Tribes[edit]

Banga Chak has five major tribal groups: