Kohali, Faisalabad

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Kohali chak no. 43-GB
Kohali is located in Pakistan
Location in Pakistan
Coordinates: 31°7′45.36″N 72°47′56.80″E / 31.1292667°N 72.7991111°E / 31.1292667; 72.7991111Coordinates: 31°7′45.36″N 72°47′56.80″E / 31.1292667°N 72.7991111°E / 31.1292667; 72.7991111
Country Pakistan
Province Punjab
district Faisalabad district
 • MNA shehbaz Gujjar
 • Total 1.3 km2 (0.5 sq mi)
Elevation 563 m (1,847 ft)
 • Total 2,500
 • Density 1,900/km2 (5,000/sq mi)
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Calling code 0413

Kohali is a village of union council 47-GB of samundri of Faisalabad District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of samundri,[1] and located at latitude 31° 7'45.50"N and longitude 72°47'56.72"E with an altitude of 563 feet.[2] It was very rich and historical village before independence. It is known for many army personnel for Pakistan like General Fahim Akhtar Khan, Brig. Muhammad Akram, brig. Akram is the first Pakistani who visited Antarctica and anchored Pakistan flag there but they have not done any awesome or worth praising service for their native village. Rana Mukhtar Ahmad Khan Chairman is Great Person And Political Personality of Kohali. Also Muhammad Aslam Anjum is the most influential personality of Kohali. His son Awais Anjum has remarkable contribution to the Nation's defense industry. Most of the population of this village is Muslim . There are four mosques and one Imambargah in the village. More influential tribes and clans are Rajput, Jat, Arian, etc. Main occupation of the people are cultivation. This village is located about 10 km (6.2 mi) from Gojra and about 29 km (18 mi) from Samundri.

The main crops that are cultivated in this village are sugar cane and wheat and the land of this village is watered from the branch canal of the Gugera Branch Canal which is a branch of Lower Chenab Canal. Rana Shamshad ali khan is the biggest land owner from this village. Most of the under water is sour. More than 98% population of this village is connected directly and indirectly with cultivation. There is no proper sanitation system in the village.


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