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The Rahim Yar Khan Distrikt (Urdu: ??? ???? ??? ??? ??? ??? ???) in Punjab and Rahim Yar Khan Town is its main town. It is located between 27°40'-29°16' northern latitude and 60°45'-70°01' easterly longitude. This area is located near the banks of the Indus and Panjnad rivers to the south.
Rahim Yar Khan is bordered by Muzaffargarh Distrikt to the N, Bahawalpur Distrikt to the E, Jaisalmer Distrikt (India) and Ghotki Distrikt of Sindh Provincial and Rajanpur Distrikt to theW. There are three major characteristics of this district: Its riverbank area is located near the southerly side of the Indus, which mainly falls into the meander.
Sewer irrigation area is located in the southern part and is divided by the Minchan Federation. Cholistan, the third part of the area, is located in the southern part of the watered area up to the Indo-Pak area. The 1998 Pakistan People' s Cadastre reported that the overall resident base of Rahim Yar Khan was 3,141,053, of which 19.16% were urban, a 70.6 percent rise from March 1981, when it was 1,841,451.
Over the same time frame, the compound year on year has grown by 3.2 per cent. It covers a surface area of 11,880 km2, which corresponds to a demographic concentration of 264 people per km2, compared to 155 people in 1981. Municipal populations were 616,582 or 19.6 per cent of the district's overall populations, which increased at an intersection of 4.3 per cent in 1981-98 and had declined from 4.7 per cent in 1972-81.
Three city committees and five city committees exist in the area. Most of the district's inhabitants are Muslims, i.e. 96.7 per cent. Hindu (Jati) accounted for the next highest share at 1.8 per cent, followed by scheduled castes at 0.6 per cent. Muslims have a higher share of the total Muslim community in cities than in the countryside.