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|Chak No. 44/12.L
چک 44 باراں ایل
|Elevation||157 m (515 ft)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
44/12.L (also known as Pahri) is a village of Sahiwal District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located at 30°28'0N 72°41'0E with an altitude of 157 metres (518 feet). Neighbouring settlements include Agra and Tirathpur. It is 8 km south of Chichawatni, at the right bank of Canal 12.L, a branch of the Lower Bari Doab canal.
The village was settled in 1913, when the settlement of this area was started. A majority of the population came from different villages of the Hoshiarpur District. The Major casts from District Hoshiarpur Migrated Wains and Lyosa(Mutton Village) at Chak No. 44/12.L Chichawatni Punjab
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