Qasba Colony

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Qasba Colony is one of the Union Concil of S.I.T.E. Town in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.[1]

There are several ethnic groups in Qasba Colony including Muhajirs, Pakhtuns, Hazarewal, Sindhis and Punjabis. Over 99% of the population is Muslim. Where about 50% of population consists of Urdu Speakers while 30% Pukhtuns 10% Punjabi and 10% other ethnic groups. The population of Qasba Colony is estimated to be nearly 90,000. Total area of this Union council is 5.37 square kilometers.

It is a well-developed colony established by Saudi Government in 1965. There are two colleges in this locality one is Degree Science & Commerce College for men and other is Degree Science & Commerce College for girls.

There are several parks in the colony with one flood lights decorated football ground. The Kati Pahari bypass between North Nazimabad and Qasba Colony constructed by the National Highway Authority[2] (NHA), inaugurated by Governor Dr. Ishrat ul Ibad Khan along with City Nazim Syed Mustafa Kamalon 15 October 2009, after that Orangi Town, Qasba Colony and Other SITE Town's union councils using this way to travel easily from these towns to North Nazimabad, North Karachi and Qaim Khani.

Facilities[edit]

In Qasba colony many facilities are available for the peoples like Parks, playgrounds, football stadium private & government schools, private hospitals and clinics, and OPP is playing an important role for the health and many other useful facilities for Qasba peoples. There is no public transport except Qinchi.

Hospital & Dispensary[edit]

  • Saud Hospital & Maternity Centre (K-Area)
  • Al-Wali Homoeopathic Clinic (Quarter Area)
  • Dr. Asim Clinic (E-Area)
  • Dr. Fazal Clinic (E-Area)
  • Najam-ul-Arfin Clinic (A-1 Area)
  • Dr. Wajid Clinic (R-1 Area)
  • Paracha Hospital (Muhammad pur, but now it is not functional)
  • Edhi Mental Asylum
  • One 50 beds hospital is under construction

Main Areas[edit]

  • Quarters Area.
  • Sector A, A-1, R-1, E, F, 5-AL, G, H, K & LS. Area.
  • Mohammad Pur.
  • Muslimabad.
  • Peerabad.

Masajids[edit]

  • Madina masjid (Quarter Area)
  • Dar-ul-hamd (E Area)
  • Ghousia Masjid (H Area)
  • Rahmatul lil alameen (Quarter Area)
  • Jamia masjid Akbar (5-L)
  • Jamia masjid Khadijat-ul-kubra (5-L)
  • Muhammadi Masjid (peerabad)
  • Alfalah Masjid (muslimabad)
  • Jamia Masjid Bilal (islamia no 2)
  • Jamia Masjid Tayyeba (islamia no 1)
  • Jamia Masjid Hamza (Muslimabad # 02)
  • Firdous Masjid (E area)

Colleges[edit]

  • Govt Degree Science & Commerce College (AKA Badayuni College)
  • Govt Degree Girls College Qasba Colony

Schools[edit]

  • Govt. Boys & Girls Sec. School
  • Govt. Boys & Girls Sec. School (K-Area)
  • Pak Grammar high School
  • Rose Garden Elementary School (Islamia colony)
  • Rose Gardan Secondary school (Islamia)
  • Shahbaz Secondary School (A-Area)
  • Queen Marry School (A-Area, Closed)
  • Care for Grammar School (Quarter Area)
  • Helicon sec School (Quarter Area)
  • Fine Hills View School (E-Area)
  • citizen grammar school (E-Area)
  • Al-Habib Public School(A-Area)
  • saqib children academy (E-Area)

Parks[edit]

  • Kamal Ansari (PARA BHAI) Football Ground (Adjacent UC-8 Office)
  • Ali Cricket Ground (Qasba 2 1/2 No.)
  • Nadeem-ur-Rehman Park (R-1 Area)
  • Queen Marry Park (A-Area)
  • Ashfaq Shaheed Park (A-1 Area)
  • Wali Nagar (Qasba 5-L)
  • Afridi Nagar (Peerabad)
  • Bacha Khan Park (Peerabad)
  • Asif shop

Public Representatives of Area[edit]

  • Mehboob Alam (MNA, NA-242)
  • Mazahir Ameer Khan (MPA, PS-96)
  • Izharuddin Ahmed Khan (EX-Town Nazim)
  • Syed Badshah Khan (EX-Naib Town Nazim)
  • Mazahir Ameer Khan (EX-Nazim)
  • Meer Fasahatullah (EX- Naib Nazim)
  • Munawwar Hussain Naqvi (UC Chairman)

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Coordinates: 24°56′N 67°01′E / 24.933°N 67.017°E / 24.933; 67.017