Chak 1/M Kot Qadir

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'M/كوٹ قادر چک 1
Chak 1/m Kot Qadir
'M/كوٹ قادر چک 1‎ is located in Pakistan
'M/كوٹ قادر چک 1‎
'M/كوٹ قادر چک 1
Location in Pakistan
Coordinates: 29°49′1″N 72°1′22″E / 29.81694°N 72.02278°E / 29.81694; 72.02278Coordinates: 29°49′1″N 72°1′22″E / 29.81694°N 72.02278°E / 29.81694; 72.02278
Country  Pakistan
Region Punjab
District Vehari
Tehsil Mailsi
 • Total 3 km2 (1 sq mi)
Population [1]
 • Total 300
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
 • Summer (DST) PDT (UTC+6)
Area code(s) 0673

Chak 1/M Kot Qadir (Punjabi,Urdu: كوٹ قادر چکM/1‎) is a Village located in Vehari District Tehsil Mailsi, Punjab, Pakistan. Kot Qadir is located 18 km aways from Mailsi Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district. It is located 915 kilometres (569 mi) away from Karachi, 346 kilometres (215 mi) away from Lahore, 258 kilometres (160 mi) away from Faisalabad, 84 kilometres (52 mi) away from Multan, 78 kilometres (48 mi) away from Bahawalpur, 42 kilometres (26 mi) away from Vehari, 34 kilometres (21 mi) away from Kahror Pakka, 62 kilometres (39 mi) away from Lodhran and 51 kilometres (32 mi) away from Dunyapur.[4] It is located at 29°48'1N 72°10'33E at an altitude of 126 m (416 ft).[5]


Kot Qadir was named after Lambardar Ghulam Qadir Khan korai Baloch.

Mailsi Tehsil was created in 1849. In 1881, a series of changes were made with the object of enlarging the Shujabad Tehsil and decreasing the Mailsi charge: sixty villages in the vicinity of Kahror Pakka were transferred from the Mailsi to the Lodhran Tehsil and in 1897, forty-six villages were transferred from Lodhran to Shujabad while 104 villages east of Kahror Pakka were shifted from Mailsi in compensation. Kahror Pakka and Dunya Pur were a part of Mailsi and were annexed to Lodhran in 1924. Mailsi was declared to be a town committee in 1924 and upgraded to a sub division in 1935, but demoted to a Tehsil in 1942. It was then upgraded to a Municipaerl Committee in 1953, and declared a Tehsil municipal administration on August 14, 2001.


  1. ^ Stefan Helders, World Gazetteer. "Mailsi میلسی". Archived from the original on 2011-06-22. Retrieved 2006-04-17. 
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-04-14. Retrieved 2009-09-17. 
  3. ^ Area reference Archived April 14, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.
    Density reference Archived September 26, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ Tehsils & Unions in the District of Vehari - Government of Pakistan
  5. ^ Location of Mailsi - Falling Rain Genomics