Chak 16/1-L

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Chak No. 16/1-L
Country Pakistan
District Okara
State Punjab
 • Total 4.5 km2 (1.7 sq mi)

Chak No.16/1-L is a village situated some 4 kilometres left from Renala Khurd in Okara District, Punjab, Pakistan. A road passes nearby the village and links it to Depalpur, Pakpattan and Renala Khurd. The village was established after the construction of Lower Bari Doab Canal. It consists of 1,100 acres (4.5 km2).


Islam and Christianity are major religions of the inhabitants of the village.


Punjabi, Haryanavi, Ranghari and Urdu are basic languages of the people. Now, new generation is also well conversant with English.


The land is very fertile and rich in production of various crops such as wheat, sugarcane, cotton, and vegetables, but unfortunately the underground water is heavy which is not useful for cultivation. People often keep buffaloes, cows, sheep, goats, hens, and ducks for milk, meat and eggs.