Chak 130

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Chak 130
Village
Chak 130 is located in Pakistan
Chak 130
Chak 130
Location in Pakistan
Coordinates: 32°11′18″N 73°01′43″E / 32.18833°N 73.02861°E / 32.18833; 73.02861Coordinates: 32°11′18″N 73°01′43″E / 32.18833°N 73.02861°E / 32.18833; 73.02861
Country Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Sargodha

Chak 130 SB is a village in Sillanwali tehsil, Sargodha District in Punjab, Pakistan. Its neighbouring villages are chack no. 132, 128, 126, 131 and 50 S.B. This village is an agricultural area.

Being a part of Kirana Bar it was colonised by the British Raj after World War I. Almost all of the villagers are immigrants and came here at the time of partition. Most of the immigrants belong to the Jalander, Amritsar, and Ambala districts of pre-partitioned Punjab.

Nowadays most of the land owning families belong to Arain, Rajput and Jutt communities. While labourers have settled from the adjoining areas of district Jhang belonging to Syal and Musalli communities.

Facilities[edit]

The village has a Boys Middle School, Boys Primary School and Girls Primary school. Telephone exchange serving near villages is located in it. A rural health centre and a veterinary hospital is also situated in this village.

The nearest city is Sillanwali which is the tehsil headquarter and police station