Mehmand Chak

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Mehmad Chak
Mehmad Chak is located in Pakistan
Mehmad Chak
Mehmad Chak
Coordinates: 32°28′N 73°29′E / 32.47°N 73.49°E / 32.47; 73.49
Country  Pakistan
Province Punjab
Elevation 270 m (890 ft)
Population (2008)
 • Total 3,500
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Calling code 0537

Mehmad Chak (Urdu: مهمندچک) is a village in Tehsil Kharian, in the Gujrat District of Punjab, Pakistan. It is located at 32°47'N 73°49.4'E at an altitude of 900 feet. Mainly people of the Jutt tribe live there.

Notable people[edit]

Famous and influential people born in Mehmad Chak include: Chief Officer Chaudhry Mohammad Anwar.

Chaudhry Mohammed Aslam mehr Late (Founder Mehmad Chack welfare trust)

Ehsan Elahi mehr

Numberdar Tariq Mehmood mehr- candidate Chairman Pindi Sultanpur

Nazim Ch. Shahid Aslam Late,Member District Council.

Master Moahammed Anwar Late.

Headmaster Chaudhry Mohammed Azeem.

Chaudhary Mohammad Din son of Chaudhary Ahmad Din.

Brigadier Moh. Lateef.

Director, actor and producer Abdul G. Butt.

Punjabi writer and poet Khalid Hussain Chaudhary.

Mohammad Hanif son of Haji Ghulam Nabi.

Haji Ghazanfar President Al-Khidmat Foundation.

Ch.Imran Anwar Amir Jamat-e Islami Zone Kharian.

Great Researcher and Scholars Dr. Ghulam Jillani.

Dr. Shahid Hussain.

Many more .....

Chaudhary Mohammad Din son Chaudhary Mohammad Yousaf Din has recently donated family land to the people of Mehmad Chak for it to be used as a sports center in memory of Chaudary Mohammad Din, Ch.

Many people from Mehmad Chak have left the village and settled in Europe, especially Norway, Denmark, Spain, UK and Italy.


Ch.Abdul Sattar Master Coordinates: 32°47′10″N 73°49′25″E / 32.786111°N 73.823611°E / 32.786111; 73.823611