Sardar Pur Noon
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Sardar Pur Noon, is a town in Sargodha District, Punjab, Pakistan. It was settled in the nineteenth century by the Noon family, who moved here from Mitha Tiwana in Khushab.Sardar Pur Noon is inhabited by over 35,000 people. and has the status of town. The village is surrounded by citrus, Malta and Guava . . Sardar Pur Noon is a home of four very successful studfarms. Noon stud farm, owned by Malik Hamid Ali Noon and his son Malik Aamir Ali Noon are breeding Thoroughbred race horses and also polo game horses very successfully. Race horses from these Stud Farms have been placed in the Pakistan Derby a few times over the years. Malik Aamir Ali Noon is an international player of Horse polo game and also is an industrialist and a young politician of Sargodha, who was a member of Majlis-e-Shoora in the government of General Zia-ul-Haq and the Sardar Pur Noon and Ali Pur Noon are the close one Noon family.
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