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Chak No. 45

Chak No. 45


Village historical and latest information

·         Location of the village

·         Chak 45, Tehsil Malakwal, Distt. Mandi Bahauddin.


History of the village:


The Government of British India launched a program in early years of 19th century to bring the forest like land which is currently in Distt. Malakwal into agricultural use. For this reason the launched a scheme called ‘Gori Pal scheme’ to give a package of 56 acres of land to each farmers selected from different regions of Punjab. Around 1914, many tribes from different villages who were already farmers there but did not had much land, got benefited from this scheme and got land in form of ‘Ghoris’ (named on female horse). The farmers came to this village in decade of 1914th and removed the forest and started cultivating the land. The land proved to be very fertile which was very much appreciated by the new farmers. The main tribes came from different villages like ‘Bharoki Cheema’ near Wazirabad, Saroki Cheema, Jaamke Cheema, Sahlike, etc. Because the casts of those farmers originally was Cheema, that’s why Cheema is the dominant cast of the village.


The village structure was designed by Government and has all proper wide streets, land for mosque in center, school, land for ‘Numberdar’ etc, civil servants of village and their lands as salary e.g. Imam masjid, sweepers, etc.


Population (inhabitants) of the village

No figures available.


·         Founder of the village

·         No single founder. Land was allotted farmers who cultivated and formed the village.

·         Cast of the Founders

·         Cheema

·         Parts (Mohullas) and braudaries in the village


This is a mid sized village with no prominent names of streets. On the south eastern corner there exists a street with Christian population along with their church.

·         Nature of People of the village

·         Mostly habitants of Chak 45 are farmers, on average the youth has atleast attend a high school.

·         Source of income of the village

·         The main source of income of villagers in Chak 45 is through agriculture. The fertile land of Chak 45 produces excellent quality of citrus of different kinds which helps in earning the farmer a good amount annually.

·         People in Civil Service or abroad


Neighbouring villages, towns and geographical landmarks:

·         Which villages are in south, west, east and north of your village?

It is approximately 38 KM South West of the city of mbdin.On the North it is bordered to Tibba Manak Busal (the residence of politicians Nawaz and Iqbal Busal) and on southern side it is bordered with Chak. Bar Musa is bordered on the North western corner of the village territory.


Social Personalities of the Village:

·         No personalities


Highly Qualified Personalities of the Village:

·         Dr. Mohammad Azam Cheema (running Cheema Hospital in Gujranwala)

·         Atta Mohammad Cheema (Retired Director Education)

·         Nazar Mohammad Cheema (Retired High School Head Master)

·         Write about the culture of your village (Typical village culture or it has been now changed like city)?

·         As like many other villages, there is fast trend of moving towards cities for better facilities.


Schools, Collages, Mosques and Madrasas in the village:

·         Govt Middle School for Boys

·         Govt Primary School for Girls


Hospitals , medical stores and shops in the village

·         No data available.


Main castes



Main crops and fruits in the village

·         Citrus (oranges of different kinds)

·         Wheat

·         Rice

·         Suger Can

·         Potato


Main Problems of this Village

·         Problems faced by people of the village

·         No medical facility available from Government

·         School are poor staffed.


·         Due high illiteracy in the village, the local rivalries and conflicts are very common (typical on land ownship or water irrigation etc) among different families which often cause violence and bloodshed. This has also been a main reason for people to move city to look for better future of their children.


Village Plan:


Village Muradwal is located in District Mandi Bahauddin. It can be reached via Kuthiala Shaikhan, Bhikhi Sharif, Gojra as shown in map below.


Situation in 1947

Population of Muradwal was mostly muslim in 1947 (at the partition time of sub-continent) there were only some houses of HINDUES. These Hindues were wise persons and were literate therefore they realize the situation before 14th August 1947 , solled their houses and migrated to India where most of their relatives used to live. That’s why there was no bloodshed in the village at the time of partition.


 Important Bradaries

Famous Clans of the village are:
1.       Numberdar
2.       Jalwanay
3.      Sardaray ke
4.      Lahnay ke
5.      Mahnd ke
6.      Whadaye ke
7.      Jowenday


Famous Personalities

Important personalities of the village are as follows:

1.      Atta Mohammad Cheema

2.       Dr. Azam Cheema

3.       Ehsan Ullah Cheema

4      Muhammad Arif Cheema  (sss Retired)

5      Shabbir Ahmed Cheema (Retired Sr. Head Master.


Way of living             

Peoples of the village live a simple life. They have very friendly behavior. Peoples are very much hostile, peaceful and sincere


Media Facilities

In the village Television, Radio, Tape Recorder, PTCL Phones and Mobile Phones with services of all the Telecom companies are present in almost every house. 


Flora and Fauna

As the area is very productive both animals and plants love to stay here.

Domestic animals of the village are

1.      Buffalos (bhainsein)
2.      Cows and Bulls (gaey aur bael)
3.      Sheeps (bhairain)
4.      Goats (bakrian)
5.      Horses (ghoray)
6.      Donkeys (gadhay)
7.      Dogs (kutay)
8.      Cats (Bilian)
9.      Hens (murgean)
10. Rabbits (khargosh)
11. Pigeons (kabutar)
13.  Ducks (batkhain)

Wild animals found in the villagers land are:

1.      Jackals (geedarr)
2.      Snakes (saanp)
3.      Pigs (sours)
4.      Wild Cats (jangly billay)
7.      Parrots (totay)
8.      Sparrows and Finches (chirian)



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