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The foundation of Lodhran city was laid in 1830. In 1849 it came under the British rule whereas settlement operation in the city started in 1873 and concluded in April 1875. It got its present name in 1873. Previously it was ascribed different names like Chak Bangar, Pirwala etc. Initially, Tehsil Lodhran comprised 19 villages. Kehror Pacca and Dunyapur were annexed with Lodhran in 1924. Kehror Pacca is the oldest town of Lodhran. Lodhran was raised to the status of district in 1991 and comprised 424 villages. In 1992, fourteen more villages were included in the district.

Lodhran was raised to the status of Town Committee in 1959 and later on made a Municipal Committee in 1991. After the implementation of Punjab Local Government Ordinance 2001, it was given the status of TMA. Tehsil Lodhran spreads over an area of 889 square kilometers with a population of 338,080 (as per DCR 1998). The TMA comprises 28 Union Councils, 4 urban Union Councils and 24 rural Union Councils, with 1 CO unit namely Lodhran.

 

 

 

 

 

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People of Lodhran will have access to clean drinking water for all day long along with the provision of other facilities at their doorstep....

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Syed Wajid Ali Shah   Administrator TMA Lodhran has visited the different places of city today. He directed to TMA Staff  to resolve the Sanitation and Cleanliness problems immediately. He also directed the concerned staff to keep the city neat and clean 

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