Jhelum District

Jhelum District

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Jhelum District

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Jhelum District () is in the Punjab province of Pakistan. According the 1998 census the district had a population of 936,957, of which 31.48% were urban. Jhelum is known for providing a large number of soldiers to the British and later to the Pakistan armed forces due to which it is also known as city of soldiers or land of martyrs and warriors. The district of Jhelum stretches from the river Jhelum almost to the Indus. Salt is quarried at the Mayo mine in the Salt Range. There are two coal-mines, the only ones worked in the province, from which the North-Western railway obtains part of its supply of coal. The chief centre of the salt trade is Pind Dadan Khan. The district is crossed by the main line of the North-Western railway, and also traversed along the south by a branch line. It is located in the north of the Punjab province, Jhelum district is bordered by Sargodha to its south, Gujrat and the Jhelum River to its south and east, Chakwal to its west, Mirpur to its east, and Rawalpindi to its north.


The district of Jhelum, which covers an area of 3,587&nbsp;km<sup>2</sup>, is administratively divided into four tehsils: Jhelum, Sohawa, Pind Dadan Khan and Dina, It also contains the cities of Jhelum,


The population of Jhelum District according to the 1998 census of...
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