|District Rajanpur, Pakistan|
|Division||Dera Ghazi Khan|
|Foundation of Old City||1770s|
|• Type||Municipal Committee|
|• Chairman||Kunawar Kamal Akhtar|
|• Vice Chairman||Ch. Naeem Saqib Advocate|
|• Chief Officer||Syed Masood-ur-Rauf Ahmad Rizvi Qazi|
|• Municipal Officer (Finance)||Muhammad Akram Bari|
|• Computer Section||Abdullah Hussain Dreshak|
|Time zone||UTC+5 (PST)|
|• Summer (DST)||+6|
Rajanpur (Urdu: راجن پُور), is a city and the headquarters of Rajanpur District in the far southwestern part of Punjab, Pakistan. The district lies entirely west of the Indus River. it is a narrow, 32 kilometres (20 mi) to 64 kilometres (40 mi) wide strip of land sandwiched between the Indus River on the east and the Sulaiman Mountains on the west. Most of its inhabitants are Saraikis and Baloch.
Rajanpur was founded in 1732-33 by Makhdoom Sheikh Rajan Shah, from whom the city's name derives. Sheikh Rajan established Rajanpur in an area that he had captured from Nahar tribesmen. The settlement remained a largely unimportant village until flooding in 1862 severely damaged the nearby district headquarters at Mithankot - leading to the transfer of government offices to Rajanpur. A small dispensary clinic was established in Rajanpur that same year. Rajanpur was then constituted as a municipality in 1873.
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