Chak no. 116/12.L Kassowal

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Chak no. 116/12.L Kassowal
Village
Chak no. 116/12.L Kassowal is located in Pakistan
Chak no. 116/12.L Kassowal
Chak no. 116/12.L Kassowal
Coordinates: 30°25′N 73°24′E / 30.41°N 73.40°E / 30.41; 73.40
Country  Pakistan
Province Punjab
Elevation 167 m (548 ft)
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Chak no 116/12.L (Kassowal) is a village of Chichawatni Tehsil in Sahiwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. The village is located at 30°29'14" North and 72°32'17" East. it is situated on the grand trunk road (G.T RD) at the lower end point of the Pakistan second artificial forest (the forest of chichawatni). Chak no 116/12.L (Kassowal) is 4 km away from Kassowal.

History[edit]

Chak 116/12-L Kullian Wala. This village found in 1911 and is very popular in all villages .It is one of the biggest villages of Tehsil Chichawatni.First Numberdar of this village belong to Kullah family.It is popular due to its gardens of fruits. Ch Muhammad Zaman Kullah is the senior Numberdar of this village.He is also a EX-Nazim of UC # 74.

Recent Politics[edit]

Son of the soil Syed Zahid Abbas Bukhari elected as Vice Chairman of current UC # 76 In local government elections 2015. He is young, enthusiastic and a new face of local politics. He has been elected counsellor twice. He is first ever politician of the Chak being elected for third time continuously.

Syed Zahid Abbas Bukhari V. Chairman UC # 76 Kassowal Chichawatni

Religion[edit]

Islam is the major religion of the inhabitants of the village.

Demographics[edit]

Tribes[edit]

Tribes of this village includes Waraich, Kullah, Malik,saqa family, Syed, Arain, Rajput, Jat, Mughal.

Languages[edit]

Punjabi,and Urdu are basic languages spoken in this village. Now new generation is also well conversant with English.

Economy[edit]

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.

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