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List of most populated metropolitan areas in Pakistan

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List of most populated metropolitan areas in Pakistan

This is a list of the most populous metropolitan areas in Pakistan.[1] These twenty areas are home to about 35.3 million people or about 20% of the population of Pakistan.

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Rank City Province Population (2010 est.)
1 Karachi Sindh 13,205,330
2 Lahore Punjab 7,129,609
3 Faisalabad Punjab 2,880,675
4 Rawalpindi Punjab 1,991,656
5 Multan Punjab 1,606,481
6 Hyderabad Sindh 1,578,367
7 Gujranwala Punjab 1,569,090
8 Peshawar Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa 1,439,205
9 Quetta Balochistan 896,090
10 Islamabad Capital Territory 689,249
11 Sargodha Punjab 600,501
12 Bahawalpur Punjab 543,929
13 Sialkot Punjab 510,863
14 Sukkur Sindh 493,438
15 Larkana Sindh 456,544
16 Shekhupura Punjab 426,980
17 Jhang Punjab 372,645
18 Rahim Yar Khan Punjab 353,112
19 Mardan Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa 352,135
20 Gujrat Punjab 336,727

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