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Chak 104 NB
Chak 104 NB is located in Pakistan
Chak 104 NB
Chak 104 NB
Coordinates: 32°00′N 72°20′E / 32.00°N 72.33°E / 32.00; 72.33Coordinates: 32°00′N 72°20′E / 32.00°N 72.33°E / 32.00; 72.33
Country Pakistan
180 m (590 ft)
Time zoneUTC+5 (PST)

Chak 104 NB is a village in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is part of the tehsil and district of Sargodha[1] and lies 10 km West of Sargodha. Development projects were started after the independence of Pakistan, including water supply, transportation, education, sports and health facilities.


Chak 104 NB was given the title of Model Village of Punjab in 1965 by general Musa Khan, then the governor of West Pakistan.

Dr. Ch. Nasar Ullah Khan Ghuman played a vital role in the social, economical, political and intellectual development not only of the village but of the whole area.

Brig(r)Saad Ullah Khan (14 Punjab) Swordian was recommended for Nishan e Haider and was awarded Hilal e Jurrat in 1971, was the brother of Dr. Nasrullah Khan.