Khadur Sahib

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Location of Khadur Sahib in Amritsar district

Khadur Sahib is a town and tahsil in Amritsar district in Punjab.

Khadur Sahib Constituency

Khadoor Sahib Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 13 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies of Punjab. This new constituency came into existence as a part of the implementation of delimitation of parliamentary and assembly constituencies in 2008.[1]

Ranjit Singh Brahmpura of Shiromani Akali Dal is the MP from Khadur Sahib constituency. He won election Lok Sabha polls held in May 2014.

Villages in Khadur Sahib tahsil

Aiampur, Akbarpur, Alia, Allowal, Aniatpur, Bahadurpur, Banian, Bhail Dhaiwala, Bhajowali, Bhalapur, Bhalojala, Bharowal, Bhoian, Bhut Wind, Biharipur, Bodewal, Chak Gagrewal, Chak Kare Khan, Chak Mehar, Chamba Khurd, Dalawalpur, Darapur, Devlanwal, Dhota, Dhunda, Dinewal, Dolchipur, Ekal Gadda, Fatehabad, Fattehpur, Fazilpur, Gagrewal, Ghagge, Ghasitpura, Ghazipur, Gill Kaler, Goindwal, Gujarpur, Hansawala, Hardo Sarli, Hothian, Jahan Gir, Jallala Bad, Jama Rai, Jati Umra, Jawandpur, Jhandher, Johal Dhaiwala, Kaler Dhaiwala, Kallah, Kang, Khadur Sahib, Khakh, Khakh, Khan Chhabri, Khan Rajada , Khawaspur, Khella, Khojkipur, Kiri Shahi, Kiri Bodal, Kot Mohammad Khan, Kotli Saru Khan, Kuri Wallah, Lalpur, Lohar, Mal Chak, Mallah, Manak Deke, Mandiala, Mian Wind, Miani, Muglani, Munda Pind, Nagoke, Nathuke, Pakhoke, Pindian, Rahal Chahal, Rakh Dinewal, Rakh Gagrewal, Rampur Narotampur, Sahnsra, Saidpur, Sakkianwali, Sangar, Sangar kot, Sarai Talwandi, Takhtu Chak, Tanda, Tur, Uppal, Vain poin, Verowal, Waring,

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