It is the story of three girls remembering their journey from Chaklala railway station to Karachi. Chaklala is a garrison town of Rawalpindi in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Chaklala has a population of around 150,000, the majority of the people are Punjabis and Pothoharis, the remaining are mainly Urdu speaking Mohajirs, Kashmiris and Pathans. It situated at 33°36’0N 73°6’0E with an altitude of 487 metres . It is situated astride the Airport road, to the east of Grand Trunk Road on the main railway line and also has a railway station of its own. The headquarters of the Joint staff headquarters (JSHQ) of Pakistan Armed Forces and the Joint Services Staff College are also located in Chaklala. It is home to some important army and air force units, depots and workshops; residential bungalow colonies of British era, and modern and posh Chaklala housing schemes (I, II, and III) with a rapidly diminishing rural area.
Kiran has contributed this article from Rawalpindi. Kiran is an aspired writer and poised for excellence. She want to make a name for herself as a writer and journalist.Related Posts