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The town of Arifwala is the headquarters of Arifwala Municipal Committee, an administratively  subdivision of the Pakpattan district. The Municipal Committee is subdivided into 34 Wards.
In the nineteenth century, Arifwala was only a village named as chak No. 61/EB. Later, it was called Arifwala because of a landlord named "Arif" having agriculture land in this village. Arifwala Town was founded in 1927; the inauguration of the town was performed by Mrs F B Wace, whose husband was then Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Punjab. In 1995 it was attached to Pakpattan district. The Town Hall, which still exists in its original form, was inaugurated by the Governor of Punjab in 1933.




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People of Arifwala will have access to clean drinking water for all day long along with the provision of other facilities at their doorstep....

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Government of Punjab has established new local government system under the Punjab Local
Government Act (PLGA) 2013 after dissolving PLGO 2001. The Chairman and Vice Chairman
have joined their offices and new local government system has started functioning.
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