Farid Abad

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Faridabad
Village
فريد آباد
Faridabad is located in Pakistan
Faridabad
Faridabad
Coordinates: 27°27′28.50″N 68°13′46.55″E / 27.4579167°N 68.2295972°E / 27.4579167; 68.2295972
Country Pakistan
DistrictLarkana
TalukaBakrani
Union CouncilFarid Abad
DehFareed Abad
Area
 • Total0.6 km2 (0.2 sq mi)
Highest elevation
54 m (177 ft)
Population
 • Total~5,000
Time zoneUTC+5 (PST)

Farid Abad (Sindhi: فريد آباد )is a village in Taluka Bakrani, Larkana, Sindh, Pakistan. It is situated at distance of 12 km in south-east of Larkana city and 3 km in east of Bakrani town on the left bank of Dadu Canal. The current MPA of Bakrani Taluka Mr.Ghulam Sarwar Khan Siyal belongs to this village.

Coordinates: 27°27′28.50″N 68°13′46.55″E / 27.4579167°N 68.2295972°E / 27.4579167; 68.2295972 Fareed Abad village was founded by leader of the Halti family Mian Fareed (Faqeer) Halti.Later on Siyal tribe in the leadership of Mr.Mohammad Paryal Khan Siyal Migrated from Punjab to Sindh in early 1940s, Since then Siyal tribe has authority in all the matters relating to the population of this village and its suburbs.There is large population consisting of the following castes; Siyal, Bhutto, Halti, Jokhio, Kalhoro, Khichi, Kori, Kumbhar, Mangi, Memon, Mirani, Rajput(Meo), Shaikh and Syed. It comprises more than 800 houses and its population is more than 5000 souls.