Chak Shahzad

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Chak Shahzad
Suburb
Chak Shahzad is located in Pakistan
Chak Shahzad
Chak Shahzad
Coordinates: 33°39′43″N 73°08′35″E / 33.662°N 73.143°E / 33.662; 73.143Coordinates: 33°39′43″N 73°08′35″E / 33.662°N 73.143°E / 33.662; 73.143
Country  Pakistan
Province Islamabad Capital Territory Islamabad Capital Territory
Time zone PST (UTC+5)


Chak Shahzad (Urdu: چک شہزاد‎), is a modern suburb situated in the Islamabad Capital Territory of Pakistan [1] Historically, the suburb was home to Sheikh and chudhary tribesmen, but recently has seen a growth in farmhouses of the rich and wealthy from nearby Islamabad, including that of Pervez Musharaf, Makhdoom Ameen Faheem and Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudry. The famous political leader & cricketer Imran khan also lives nearby. The private housing society of Malik Riaz, Bahria Enclave Islamabad, is just 4km away from Chakshahzad. Zero point interchange (the centre of the city) is just 12km away. The famous anchor Javed Chaudry also lives in Shehzad town, Chakshahzad. It is also considered as a home for some important landmarks including National Agricultural Research Center, Health Services Academy (HSA), and COMSATS University. [2]

Former President of Pakistan General(Retd) Pervaiz Musharraf
Comsats University Chak Shahzad

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