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Chak NO 217 GB, Gujjar Pind Tehsil Samundri is a suburb of Samundri Tehsil, in the Faisalabad District, Pakistan. The population consists entirely of Gujjar tribe people, most of whom migrated from the Indian Punjab's city Hoshyarpur from 1947 to 1948.
Agricultural land were allocated to farmer families in 1898. The word village is known as Pind in the local Punjabi Language. This village has the number 217. G.B is the abbreviation for Gogera Branch, which is part of the irrigation system developed by the British during their reign.
Pind has 1500 acres total land area. Most of the peoples are Gujjars and Sunnivillage having one Primary School for boys & one Middle school up to 8th level. There are three masjids (mosques)in the village.
There were numberdars or social administrators which were appointed by British Government during their Rule Still these inactive posts are under their second generation. Pakistan Telecommunication has provided land line telephone and with high speed internet services since 1997.