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Faisal Town

Coordinates: 31°29′N 74°18′E / 31.483°N 74.300°E / 31.483; 74.300
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Faisal Town
شهرک فیصل
Country Pakistan
Administrative townGulberg
Union council128
 • TypeUnion Council

Faisal Town (Punjabi, Urdu: شهرک فیصل, Sharak-e-Faisal) is a union council and neighbourhood of Gulberg Tehsil in Lahore, in Punjab, Pakistan.[1]


Faisal Town is divided into four residential blocks - A, B, C and D.


Faisal Town is the union council number 128 of Lahore and falls in the town called Gulberg Town.[1] There is no town Nazim of Gulberg Town and the seat is vacant. The current union council administration heads of Faisal Town are:

  • Nazim: Vacant
  • Naib Nazim: Vacant


The biggest market is located in C Block and is commonly called Civic Centre. There is a smaller market in B Block called Kotha Pind market. The roads around Faisal Town are becoming increasingly commercial, especially the road between Faisal Town and Johar Town. There are two famous wholesale and retail stores near to the FAST institute (in B Block) named as Ali General Store and Hassan Store. Maqsood Store and Chishti Super Store are the popular stores in D Block.[2]


A Block has a mosque called Abu Bakar Mosque. B Block has two mosques: one is called Be-izn-Allah Mosque and the other is the Kotha Pind Mosque. C Block houses two mosques as well.

Educational institutions[edit]

Medical facilities[edit]

There is a private hospital in A Block. In C Block there is another Trust Hospital named Khair-un-Nisa Hospital. Renowned physician Faisal Masud also lived in C block, Faisal Town where he had his clinic.


A Block has a large park with associated small parks. B Block also has a big park called Milad Park. C Block has two parks next to the two mosques. D block also has a park.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Union Councils Of The District Lahore - Union Council No. 128 (Faisal Town)". District Government of Lahore website. Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 10 May 2022.
  2. ^ (Punjab Food Authority) PFA Launches Campaign against sale of Adultrated, Substandard Items Punjab Portal, Government of the Punjab website, Published 15 June 2015, Retrieved 10 May 2022

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31°29′N 74°18′E / 31.483°N 74.300°E / 31.483; 74.300