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Gujranwala Division

Gujranwala Division, , is an administrative division of Punjab Province, Pakistan and considered as the largest division of the Punjab province taken into accounts its area and population. The division, headquartered at the city of Gujranwala, covered an area of 17,206 km2, the population according to the 1981 census was 7,522,352 this had risen by almost four 4 million to 11,431,058 according to the 1998 census.[1]

At abolition it contained the following districts:[2]

References

  1. ^ Divisions of Pakistan - Statoids
  2. ^ Divisions/Districts of Pakistan
    Note: Although divisions as an administrative structure has been abolished, the election commission of Pakistan still groups districts under the division names

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