Sihala

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This article is about town in Pakistan. For other uses, see Sihala (disambiguation).
Sihala
Union Council
Sihala is located in Pakistan
Sihala
Sihala
Coordinates: 33°09′N 73°13′E / 33.15°N 73.22°E / 33.15; 73.22Coordinates: 33°09′N 73°13′E / 33.15°N 73.22°E / 33.15; 73.22
Country  Pakistan
Province Islamabad Capital Territory Islamabad C.T
Elevation 457 m (1,499 ft)
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Sihala is a town and union council in the Islamabad Capital Territory of Pakistan, situated to the east of Islamabad, the Pakistani capital.[1] at the geographical coordinates 33° 42' 0" North, 73° 0' 0" East. Its original name (with diacritics) is Sihāla. The Soan River flows through Sihala. Sihala is the location of the largest police training college in Pakistan, a railway station, a Pakistan State Oil depot and an Army Military Engineering Service supply center.

The Kashmir Highway passes through Sihala. Several colleges and educational institutions such as Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST) at Kak Pul and a campus of University of Lahore at Her-do-Gher, Islamabad Model College For Boys Sihala (IMCB) near police training college, Uswa Cadet College are fully operational in Sihala. Villages in Sihala union council include Gagri, Kak Pul Sihala Bagh, Azeem Town, Capital Compound, Zameer Homes, Mubeenabad, Jharakki Village, Gohra ,Sihala Mirzian, Sihala Choudharian, Hoon Dhamial, Her-do-Gher, Pind Mughal, Chak Kamidar, Nara Sayedan, Sandu Sayedan, Chitroh, Jabi Gakhran, Ladhiot, Kangota Sayedan, Jandala and Kangota Gujran.

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