Jeay Sukkur

Overview Jeay Sukkur Fm 88

AREA COVERAGE

JEAY SUKKUR FM88 is covering Sukkur as well as neighboring towns and surrounding of Sukkur with smooth and stable voice, coverage area are listed below:

SUKKUR, KHAIRPUR, GHOTKI, SHIKARPUR, KANDKOT, AND OTHER SMALL TOWNS OF SUKKUR.

ABOUT SUKKUR

Sukkur is the third largest city of Sindh Province, situated on the west bank of Indus River (Pakistan). One of largest military cantonment of the country is also situated in Sukkur District.

List of Major Institutes in Sukkur

  • Virtual University of Pakistan, Sukkur Campus
  • Institute of Business Administration (IBA) Sukkur
  • G.M Mahar Medical College

Industry

Sukkur is a hub of many small and large scale industries. Among important industries are cotton textiles, cement, leather, tobacco, paint and varnish, pharmaceuticals, agriculture implements, hand pumps, lock making, rice-husking, and sugar. Small-scale cottage industries comprise hosiery, boat making, fishing accessories, thread ball spooling, trunk making brass-wares, cutleryand ceramics.

Agriculture

Sukkur is famous, world over, for its delicious dates. Sukkur also has a largeRiveraine forestalong the course of the Indus. These tropical forests are found within the protective embankments on either side of the Indus.Rice, Wheat, Sugarcane and Cotton are the major crops of the district, Gram, Jowar, Rapeseed & Mustard, Mattar, Onion &Masoor fall in the Category of Minor crops

Sites of Interest

  • Sadh Belo Temple on River Indus
  • Aror (Ruines of historical city)
  • Tomb of Shah KhairuddinJillani GEA SHAH
  • Tomb of the Seven Maidens Sateen Jo Aastan
  • Tomb of Abdul Baqi (Pakistani politician), Ex-Governor of Bukkur.
  • Bukkur Island
  • Minaret of Masum Shah
  • Thermal Power Station Sukkur
  • Lansdowne Bridge Rohri
  • Sukkur Barrage
  • Shrine of Qazi Baba
  • Lab-e-Mehran
  • Lansdowne Bridge Rohri
  • Shahi Bazaar, Frere Road
  • Ayub Gate
  • Ladies and Children Hill Park
  • Lucas Park/Muhammad bin Qasim Park