Ladheke

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Ladheke
Village
Ladheke is located in Pakistan
Ladheke
Ladheke
Coordinates: 31°16′40″N 74°19′11″E / 31.27782°N 74.319712°E / 31.27782; 74.319712Coordinates: 31°16′40″N 74°19′11″E / 31.27782°N 74.319712°E / 31.27782; 74.319712
Country Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Lahore
Elevation 200 m (700 ft)
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Ladheke is a village situated in the outskirts of Lahore near Raiwind, in Punjab, Pakistan, near the eastern border with India. Its name is based on a Sikh public figure of the area. Chief Minister of Punjab, Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Shareef contested elections from here and got elected in May-2013 general elections with a high margin from Mansha Sindhu, PTI candidate. Ladheke is divided into three parts, Ladheke Unche, Ladheke Neewain and Ladheke Bhullar. Notable residents includes Sardar Safeer and Zameer Ahmed Maan.

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