Chak Jhumra

Chak Jhumra
Chak Jhumra
—  Tehsil and town  —
Chak Jhumra is located in Pakistan
Chak Jhumra
Location in Pakistan
Coordinates: 31°34′N 73°11′E / 31.567°N 73.183°E / 31.567; 73.183
Country Pakistan
Region Punjab
District Faisalabad District
Capital Chak Jhumra
Towns 1
Union councils 15
 - Member National Assembly of Pakistan Tariq Mehmood Bajwa
 - Member Provincial Assembly Haji Liaqat Ali
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
 - Summer (DST) PDT (UTC+6)
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About Chak Jhumra

Chak Jhumra is a town and tehsil near the city of Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan. It is a sub-division of Faisalabad District and has a Tehsil municipal administration (TMA). Chak Jhumra Town consists of 15 union counsils.

The town has a runway belonging to the army, but it is rarely used. Chak Jhumra is a railway junction so many people travel through its railway station. The town is connected by road to Salarwala, Shahkot, Chiniot and Faisalabad. In Chak Jhumra, a sizable population uses power looms to earn their livelihood. Public transportation available to this town is in a state of decay. Train is a major mode of transportation which may not be punctual, causing time delays.

Despite being a small town, the former prime minister Muhammad Khan Junejo and Raja Nadir Pervaiz, Ch Ghulam Mustafa Bajwa and Ch. Tariq Mehmood Bajwa have contested and won election of National Assembly of Pakistan from Chak Jhumra. However, these high profile parliamentarians could not resolve the problems of the town which range from transportation to livelihood opportunities. Ch. Ghulam Mustafa Bajwa has a credit of bringing Natural Gas in this small town in 1990 and later his son Ch Tariq Mehmood Bajwa managed the provision of Natural Gas in the surrounding areas. Ch. Tariq Bajwa played a major role in connecting this town to the MotorWay. Calling code is (041).

Faisalabad Urban Transport Service (FUTS) (7A) has been started from chak jhumra to Faisalabad since 18Nov 2011


Kainth, Bajwa, Warriach,Waince, Cheema, Chattha, Sahi, Malik, Rajput, Rajpoot Janjua, Mughal, Shiekh, Gujar, Jats, Alawi, Ansari, wahla, Syed, Bar, Arain, Mian, Willoun, Cheeand, Shamsi and Mirasi are the major castes in Chak Jhumra City.



Government Higher Secondary School for Boys and one for Girls in Jhumra. Government Degree College for Boys and Girls in Chak Jhumra. Government Technical Training Center (Male) Government Technical Training Center (Female) In Private Sector Global School & College is well reputed institutes in Jhumra

Welfare Activities

Global College Chak Jhumra City Admission Are Open NOw St. Paul's School Rasool Pura Chak Jhumra.


There is a well known mosque and tomb of hazrat Qaim Ali Shah. There is a Sikh Gurudwara (shrine) dedicated to Shaheed Bhai Dalip Singh.[1] There is also a small market called Chak Jhumra main bazaar. It has Punjabi cultural and historical values for their products food and other stuff.Chak Jhumra is also linked with Motorway M3 through "Sahianwala" Interchange. Chak Jhumra is situated amid of two industrial estates namely "Khurrianwala Industrial Area" and "Faisalabad Industrial Zone, Sahianwala". Sugarcane is the main crop of this area. Besides, wheat is also a major agri product. By enjoying its industrial location, people are mostly prosperous. A manufacturing unit namely "Sandal Dyestuff Industry" is providing jobs and business activity in this area. Chak No: 187/R.B Katcha Jhumra is the village of Chak Jhumra Town. Katcha Jhumra is famous in games specially Cricket, Wrestling (Kabidi) and Football. Mostly people are educated; some of them are Engineers, Policemen, and Businessmen. Chak # 190/RB is a village of Chak Jhumra with highest literacy rate. Chak No 107/J.B Roupowali Paharing is the Village of Chak Jhumara Town.Many Criminals are belong to chak No. 107 j.b Roupwali Paharing likes Khruam Shahzad Bajwa Etc.And Chak No. 186 R.b Likes Qamar Zaman Dhillon


See also


Near Salarwala A Village[dead link]

External links

Coordinates: 31°34′N 73°11′E / 31.567°N 73.183°E / 31.567; 73.183

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