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Karachi South District

Karachi South District (Sindhi: ضلعو ڏکڻ ڪراچی Urdu: ضلع کراچی جنوبی ‎) is an administrative district of Karachi Division in Sindh, Pakistan. It is located in the southern part of Karachi.

Karachi South District is the economic backbone of the country. It has Head Offices of many Corporations, Companies and Banks. Governor House, Chief Minister House, Sindh Assembly, High Court, Embassies and Consulates of different countries and other government offices are also located there.

The District was abolished in 2000 and divided into two towns namely Lyari Town and Saddar Town. On 11 July 2011 Sindh Government restored again Karachi South District.[1]

Sindhi and Baloch form majority in the district followed by Muhajirs, Gujaratis and others.


Old Karachi Municipal Corporation Building in located at MA Jinnah Road in Karachi South
Tin Talwar Chowrangi (three Swords roundabout), Clifton
I.I. Chundrigar Road, the financial hub of Karachi is also located in Karachi South

Contents

  • Administrative Towns of Karachi South 1
    • Lyari Town 1.1
    • Saddar Town 1.2
  • References 2

Administrative Towns of Karachi South

Following is the list of two administrative towns of Karachi South District.[2]

Lyari Town

Union Council


U.C. 1 Agra Taj Colony
U.C. 2 Daryaabad
U.C. 3 Nawabad
U.C. 4 Khada Memon Society
U.C. 5 Baghdadi
U.C. 6 Shah Baig Line
U.C. 7 Bihar Colony
U.C. 8 Ragiwara
U.C. 9 Singo Line
U.C. 10 Chakiwara
U.C. 11 Allama Iqbal Colony


Saddar Town

Union Council


U.C. 1 Old Haji Camp
U.C. 2 Garden
U.C. 3 Kharadar
U.C. 4 City Railway Colony
U.C. 5 Nanak Wara
U.C. 6 Gazdarabad
U.C. 7 Millat Nagar/Islam Pura
U.C. 8 Saddar
U.C. 9 Civil Line
U.C. 10 Clifton
U.C. 11 Kehkashan


References

  1. ^ Karachi’s district status restored, notification issued, Published in The News Tribe on 11 July 2011, Retrieved on 22 August 2012
  2. ^ Districts in Karachi

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