Sunday, January 10, 2010

Dinga Gujrat

History of Dinga:
Dinga is a town of Tehsil Kharian and District Gujrat. Dinga was established in 16th century. Dinga is named after “Ding” which is a sub-caste of Gujar.
Population of this town is about 50,000. There is also a Sikh Shrine, Nanak Sar Gurdwara from the pre-partition time.
It has a park, Fatima Jinnah Children Park, Dinga.

Transportation:
Dinga is 135 km from Islamabad, 130 km from Lahore, 25 km from Kharian and 20 km from Gujrat. Lalamusa- Sargodha Railway track also passes from Dinga, and Dinga has also a mini railway station.

Education:
Dinga has a Government Degree College for Boys and a Government Degree College for Girls.

Banks in Dinga:
All the major banks have their branches in Dinga; ABL, HBL, MCB, UBL and Bank Alfalah.

Newspaper:
Several Weekly (Deehat Times, Nawa I Dinga, Times of Dinga, Muqabil) and Monthly (Nawa I Mash’hood)Newspapers are published from Ding.

Dinga has a Police Station and a Police Choki.
Police Station Dinga near Committee Office
Phone No. 053-7401509

Police Choki Dinga
Telephone No:        053-7400617

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