Sargodha Division is an administrative division of Punjab province, Pakistan. According to the 2017 Census of Pakistan, the total population of the division was 8.18 million. Divisions are the third tier of government below the federal and provincial levels. In 2000, local government reforms abolished administrative divisions and raised the districts to become the new third tier of government. However, in 2008, the division system was restore again. Which included 4,120,223 males and 4,046,036 females. The Major part of the population consists of Muslims but minorities are also living with freedom in the division. 

     Sargodha Division is divided in to 4 Districts.


Sargodha District
Bhakkar District
Mianwali District
Khushab District

     Area and Population according to census 2017.

     Sargodha Division Area 26360 (km²) Population according to 2017 census 8,381,499, (In which 4,120,223 males and 4,046,036 females)

     Sargodha District Area 5854 (km²) Population according to 2017 census 3,903,588.

     Bhakkar District area 8153 (km²) Population according to 2017 census 1,650,518.

     Mianwali District area 5840 (km²) Population according to 2017 census 1,546,094.

     Khushab District area 6511 (km²) Population according to 2017 census 1,281,299.

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