Thul

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ٺل شهر
Thul
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ٺل شهر
Coordinates: 28°14′25″N68°46′30″E / 28.24028°N 68.77500°E / 28.24028; 68.77500 Coordinates: 28°14′25″N68°46′30″E / 28.24028°N 68.77500°E / 28.24028; 68.77500
Country Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
Province Sindh
Government
  Dr Sohrab Khan SarkiSohrab Sarki
Elevation
59 m (194 ft)
Time zone UTC+5 (PST)
Number of Union councils 24

Thul (Sindhi : ٺل شهر) is the town of Jacobabad District in the Sindh Province of Pakistan. [1] It is located at 28°14'0N 68°46'0E at an altitude of 59 metres (196 feet). Thul is biggest Tehsil of Sindh; It 10 Police Stations, 3 Town Committees, 1 Civil Hospital and 5 rural Health centers, that are working. [2] It has a degree college on Mir Pur Burriro road. Thul has the largest rice industry in the city of Sindh.

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