Charghat At A Glance
Charghat upzila occupies an area of 164.52 km2. It is bounded by Puthia and Paba upzilas on the north, Bagha upazila on the south, Bagatipara and Bagha upzilas on the east, Paba upazila, West Bengal (India) and the Ganges river on the west. The two main rivers of Charghat are the Ganges and Baral.
Charghat (Town) a municipal town, consists of 9 wards and 20 mahallas. The area of the town is 3.75 sq km. The town has a population of 35484; male 52.26%, female 47.74%. Literacy rate among the town people is 48.3%. The notable town area of the upazila is Sardaha. Neelkuthis, established during the British period and Bangladesh Police Academy are located here. The town has one dakbungalow.
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1 (Sardah Police Academy).
Bagha At A Glance
Bagha upzila occupies an area of 184.25 km2. Charghat and Bagatipara upzilas bound it on the north, Daulatpur upazila on the south, Lalpur and Bagatipara upzilas on the east, West Bengal (India) along with the Ganges river on the west. The two main rivers of Charghat are the Ganges and Baral.
Bagha (Town) now a municipality and it stands on the bank of the river Padma consisting of 9 wards and 26 mahallas. The area of the town is 1.47 sq km. The town has a population of 22876; male 51.39%, female 48.61%. Literacy rate among the town people is 33.1%. The town has one dakbungalow.