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|No. of Union Councils||12|
|Elevation||215 m (705 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+5 (PST)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+6 (PDT)|
Wazirabad is situated on the banks of the Chenab River nearly 100 kilometres north of Lahore on the Grand Trunk Road. It is 45 kilometres from Sialkot, 30 kilometres from the district capital - Gujranwala and about 12 kilometres from Gujrat. The city of Wazirabad is the headquarters of Wazirabad Tehsil, an administrative subdivision of the district, the city is itself subdivided into 12 Union Councils.
The town was first take over by Charat Singh around 1760 together with other towns in the District. Maharja Ranjit Singh occupied the town in 1809 and Avitabile was appointed as the Nazim of the city. He built an entirely new town, with a straight broad bazar running through it, and side streets at right angles.
The municipality was created in 1867, the population according to the 1901 census was 18,069. The income during the ten years ending 1902-3 averaged Rs. 20,800, and the expenditure Rs. 21,400. In 1903-4 the income was Rs. 20,800, chiefly from octroi; and the expenditure was Rs. 19,200. The town had a considerable trade in timber, which comes down the Chenab from Jammu territory. The smiths of Wazirabad had a reputation for the manufacture of small articles of cutlery, and the village of Nizamabad within a mile of the town is famed for its weapons. Wazirabad was an important junction on the North-Western Railway, as the Sialkot-Jammu and Lyallpur lines both branch off of here.
The Chenab river is spanned opposite Wazirabad by the Alexandra railway bridge, one of the finest engineering works of the kind in India, which was opened by in 1876 by Edward VII the King-Emperor when he was Prince of Wales. The town possessed two Anglo-vernacular high schools, one maintained by the Church of Scotland Mission, and a Government dispensary.
- Govt. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan College
- Govt.Post Graduate College for Women Wazirabad
- Punjab Group of Colleges
- Superior Group of Colleges
- Apex Group of colleges 
Built in the british Colonial era, the bridge was constructed to carry the Punjab Northern State Railway over the River Chenab. The First Brick was Laid on November 1st, 1871 and Completed in 1876, Though Later in 1878 necessary alterations were made.
Wazirabad is situated alongside the N-5 National Highway Which connects it to the nearby city District of Gujrat in the north and District Capital Gujranwala and the Provincial Capital Lahore in the south. Multiple Dual Carriageway also connect the city to Gujrat, Sialkot, Daska and Gujranwala.
The E3 Expressway or Kot Sarwar–Hafizabad–Wazirabad Expressway is a controlled-access expressway which links the N-5 National Highway at Wazirabad with the M-2/M-4 junction near Kot Sarwar, in Punjab, Pakistan. E3 also Connects the City with the Tehsil's Union councils in the nearby areas.
The Condition of the Junction is average at best as it is a colonial era station and also because the Country lags behind largely in the Railway Sector and Needs Severe Improvement but still numerous people travel through these old stations and Trains.
City Tour is the Bus service available For the Citizens of Wazirabad and Gujranwala for Commuting Through the Whole district at Cheap rates Although the buses are in Poor Condition.
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