Mirza Pur

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Mirza Pur is a village in the Pind Dadan Khan Tehsil, Jhelum District, Punjab, Pakistan,[1] about 28 kilometres (17 mi) from the town of Pind Dadan Khan. It has a population of about 4000.

The village is primarily a village of farmers, with the land being famous for potatoes, wheat, maize, rice, sugarcane and many vegetables and fruits such mangoes and oranges.Main revenue generation crops are Wheat, Maize and potatoes. It's one of the largest villages of Union council Dharyala jalip.

Its Adjoining villages are jaiti pur(Situated on bank of river Jhelum), karim pur and khotian.There is a government girls' Middle school and Government primary School for boys in Mirza Pur.And there is a Primary school for Girls in Karim pur (a village where Raja Faheem Mustafa s/o Raja abid Ali hailed from ) and khotian.[2]


  1. ^ Population census of Pakistan, 1961: District census report, Part 2, Volume 23. Office of the Census Commissioner. 1962. p. 44. OCLC 12616154. 
  2. ^ "School Directory of Punjab (Jhelum)" (PDF). Academy of Educational Planning & Management. Retrieved 6 December 2009.