Chahrkey (also spelt as Chāharki, Chaharke, Chāharki, Chaharke, Chaharki or Chāharki) is a village located at Latitude 32°25’8.08 Longitude: 73°50’4.35 in tehsil Phalia, Mandi Bahauddin District, Punjab, Pakistan. This beautiful locality is situated on the bank of Chenab River. Its estimate terrain elevation above seal level is 219 metres. The nearest towns are Jokalian, Khoosar, Narang, Kamonkey, Ratti Pindi and Saad Ullah Pur. On the other bank of Chenab River, Ali Pur Chatta and Rasulnagar are situated. The earlier name of Rasulnagar was Ramnagar. Chahrkey is full of lush green fields. In 1973, the village almost drowned in a flood and then the government built a flood safety wall on its south side to save the population of numerous villages, in future. Qadirabad Headworks is situated 6 km west of Chahrkey on Chenab River. A battle fought on 22 November 1848 in nearby towns of Saad Ullah Pur and Ramnagar between British Army and Khalsa Sikh . Chahrkey is included in the Constituency PP-117. The earlier Name of this constituency was PP-99 and it was changed in 2008 elections.
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