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Karachi West District

Karachi West District (Sindhi: اولهه ڪراڃي Urdu: ضلع کراچی غربی ‎) is an administrative district of Karachi Division in Sindh, Pakistan. It is located in the western part of Karachi.

The District was abolished in 2000 and divided into four towns namely Kemari Town, SITE Town, Baldia Town and Orangi Town. On 11 July 2011 Sindh Government restored again Karachi West District.[1]

The district contains mix population including Biharis, Sindhi, Baloch, Punjabis, Pashtuns and Muhajirs. No single ethnic group form established majority in the district.

Administrative Towns in Karachi West

Baldia Town

Union Council

U.C. 1 Gulshan-e-Ghazi
U.C. 2 Ittehad Town
U.C. 3 Islam Nagar
U.C. 4 Nai Abadi
U.C. 5 Saeedabad
U.C. 6 Muslim Mujahid Colony
U.C. 7 Muhajir Camp
U.C. 8 Rasheedabad

Kiamari Town

Union Council

U.C. 1 Bhutta Village
U.C. 2 Sikanderabad + Sultanabad
U.C. 3 Kiamari
U.C. 4 Baba Bhit
U.C. 5 Machar Colony
U.C. 6 Maripur
U.C. 7 SherShah
U.C. 8 Gabo Pat
Boating Harbour of Kemari

Orangi Town

Union Council

U.C. 1 Mominabad
U.C. 2 Haryana Colony
U.C. 3 Hanifabad
U.C. 4 Mohammad Nagar
U.C. 5 Madina Colony
U.C. 6 Ghaziabad
U.C. 7 Chisti Nagar
U.C. 8 Bilal Colony
U.C. 9 Iqbal Baloch Colony
U.C. 10 Gabol Colony
U.C. 11 Data Nagar
U.C. 12 Mujahidabad
U.C. 13 Baloch Goth

S.I.T.E. Town (Sindh Industrial & Trading Estate)

Union Council

U.C. 1 Pak Colony
U.C. 2 Old Golimar
U.C. 3 Jahanabad
U.C. 4 Metrovil
U.C. 5 Bhawani Chali
U.C. 6 Frontier Colony
U.C. 7 Banaras Colony
U.C. 8 Qasba Colony
U.C. 9 Islamia Colony


  1. ^ Karachi’s district status restored, notification issued, Published in The News Tribe on 11 July 2011, Retrieved on 7 August 2012

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