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Muzaffargarh

Muzaffargarh city present in the province of Punjab founded by the Nawab Muzaffar Khan in 1794 and it was named as khangarh it was also named khangarh in the British raj later many districts were separated and added into other cities.

The district is now famous for its culture, agriculture and industrial growth, trade and political activities. The city is now consisting four districts Kot Addu, Muzaffargarh, Alipur and Jatoi river Chenab flows in the East of the city and river Sindh in the West.

With the population of more than 4 million the city is covers 8,250 kilometers. Saraiki is spoken as the local language of the city Punjabi and Urdu is also spoken in the city. Muzaffargarh is famous for its production of Dates, Mangos and Pomegranate the city also has the best irrigation system in the country.

Man kills wife, three minor daughters for hounour in Muzaffargarh

MUZAFFARGARH: A man killed his wife and three minor daughters on Saturday on the pretext of saving his honour in Muzaffargarh. According to the details, the suspect, Afzal slit the throat of his wife Azra and three daughters named Taskeen, 4 years, Misbah 3 years and an infant of 10 days in the limits of 'satpur' police station and escaped from the scene. Police and rescue officials shifted the bodies to the hospital for medico legal formalities. Later, a police party, on a tip-off, conducted raid at a house in the area…

4 of a family die in truck-car collision near Chowk Sarwar

MUZAFFARGARH: Four people were killed while another suffered injuries when a truck and car collided near Chowk Sarwar Shaheed in Muzaffargarh district on Sunday.   Rescue sources said all the four deceased, two women among them, belonged to the same family. The bodies and injured person were transported to a nearby medical facility. There was no immediate word on the identities of the deceased or the cause of the accident.

Jamshed Dasti’s Awami Raj Party loses lone seat after recount

MUZAFFARGARH: Jamshed Dasti Awami Raj Party (ARP) suffered a blow on Saturday when it lost, PP-270, Muzaffargarh, the only provincial assembly seat won by it, after a recount. The District Returning Officer (DRO) ordered recounting of General Election votes on a request by independent candidate Sardar Abdul Haye Dasti who had lost the seat to Ajmal Khan Chandia of the ARP. After a recount, the DRO declared Mr Dasti returned candidate on PP-270 with a margin of a mere 17 votes. ARP chairman Jamshed Dasti contested…