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Bin Qasim Town

Bin Qasim Town is a town located in the southeastern part of Karachi along the Arabian Sea and the Indus River delta. The town and the adjacent Port Qasim are named after Muhammad bin Qasim who conquered large parts of Pakistan in the eighth century CE. Bin Qasim is bordered by Gadap Town to the north, Thatta District and the Indus River to the east, the Arabian Sea to the south and the Malir River and the towns of Landhi, Malir, and Korangi Cantonment to the west. The town had a population of about 315,000 at the 1998 census, of which 97% are Muslim and include several ethnic groups - Muhajirs, Punjabis, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochs, Memons, Bohras and Ismailis.

Neighbourhoods of Bin Qasim
•Cattle Colony
•Ibrahim Hyderi
•Landhi Colony
•Shah Latif Town

Trade and industry
The port of Bin Qasim was built in the 1970s to relieve pressure on the Port of Karachi and is today the second largest port of Pakistan. The port is surrounded by a large industrial area which includes the Pakistan Steel Mills complex in Gulshan-e-Hadeed, Pakistan Machine Tool Factory (PMTF) and the Zulfiqarabad Oil Terminal as well as the nearby industrial estate in Landhi Town. The two neighbourhoods of Ibrahim Hyderi and Rehri are focussed on the fishing industry, complemented by the nearby Korangi Fish Harbour.

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  • K-Electric Complaint centre (Hadeed), Abdul Rehman (guest) wrote 2 months ago:
    Sir, we are facing continue light shutdown in Shah Latif Town sector 19 -B . we are continue flowing with contractor but still no answer from contractor . how is looking this matter kindly resolve our problem ASAP. Regards Abdul Rehman
  • Sindhi Jamaat Cooperative Housing Society (S.J.C.H.S.), Pakistani (guest) wrote 3 months ago:
    I think Mr. Abdullah, I do not agree with your view about Sindhi's. Sindhis are lively people. They love to dance on Sindhi folk music. The land of Sindh has produced many great poets and singers who acknowledged themselves with their great work of Sindhi poetry. Shah Abdul Latif Bhtai can never be forgotten or neglected. The history of Sindh seems to be filled with the names of the warriors but it does not mean that Sindhis are war loving people. Sindhis are peaceful and hospitable people Sindhi poets have written the poems of peace and love so one should not feel that Sindhis are the fighters or warrior type of people.
  • Sindhi Jamaat Cooperative Housing Society (S.J.C.H.S.), Shabbir Ahmed Bhutto (guest) wrote 3 months ago:
    Welcome to all Sindhi to SJCHS. You may browse on webside Me also member of executive committee, you may also contact to me Shabbir Ahmed Bhutto 03002610857
  • Sindhi Jamaat Cooperative Housing Society (S.J.C.H.S.), Asad (guest) wrote 3 months ago:
    I have 240 yard plot for sale. Asad 03002166003
  • Al-Hadeed Medical center, bob (guest) wrote 4 months ago:
    we told her. she's been 9 nine years though so...yeah.
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