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|• Total||1,466 km2 (566 sq mi)|
|Elevation||461 m (1,512 ft)|
|• Density||49.7/km2 (129/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
|Number of Union councils||36|
Gujar Khan is approximately 55 kilometres southeast of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan and 220 km to the north west of Lahore, capital of Punjab. It is bounded on the north by Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Attock, on the south by Jhelum, Lahore and Gujrat, on the east by Azad Kashmir and Kahuta and on the west by Chakwal and Khushab.
Located in the heart of the Potohar region, The city and surrounding region is renowned for its martial culture and is sometimes referred to as the 'Land of the Shaheed', having produced two recipients of the Nishan-i-Haider.
There is a main district hospital in the center of the city, along with many other private and public medical and care services.
The Delhi Sultanate and later Mughal Empire ruled the region. The Punjab region became predominantly Muslim during this time primarily due to Sufi saints whose dargahs dot the landscape of Punjab region. The Mughal Empire later fell into a deep decline at which point the Sikh Empire invaded and occupied Rawalpindi District. Eventually the Sikh Empire collapsed and the British began direct rule in the region until independence in 1947.
In 1945 Maulana Amanat Ali become president of Pakistan Muslim League Gujar Khan and hosted Quaid E Azam along with his sister Fatima Jinnah gathering in Gujar Khan in 1946. And Maulana Amanat Ali Son Muhammad Ayub Gohar was well known person in Gujar Khan for social work and in politics.
Gujar Khan also contained a notable Hindu and Sikh population, though much of this population either converted to Islam during British rule, or migrated to India following partition. However the area is still home to Hindu temples and Sikh Gurdwaras which have been maintained through the years by residents of the area.
Gujar Khan is administratively subdivided into 36 Union Councils; whereas City Gujar Khan is administered by Municipal Corporation 
According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, the city had a population of 57,099.
Accorind to the Government of Punjab health data, they established thsil Headquarter hospital and District Headquarter hospital for Public health. According to the news resources they have lack of basic facilities like pharmaceuticals. At private sector Medical center provided this city basic health and well established clinical Pharmacy.
Large reserves of oil and gas were discovered in February 2002 at Tobra, about ten kilometres from Gujar Khan. The field is being developed by the Oil and Gas Development Company. The field could produce 1,600 barrels of crude oil daily.
Gujar Khan is located on the N5 National highway from Islamabad-Lahore. Railway Road links from the east of the city to the nearby towns of Bewal and Islampura. There are also many other minor roads linking the villages and towns of the region to the city.
Local services also provide extensive bus routes around the local towns, and smaller shuttles go around the villages in the surrounding area. There are also services to Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Jhelum, and Lahore.
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