Pakistan Postal Code
Pakistan used postal codes for the first time on January 1, 1988, to ease the sorting and delivery of letters. These codes reflect the delivery post office whose jurisdiction surrounds the address. Additionally, the Pakistan Post Office is one of South Asia's oldest government entities founded in 1857. The Postal and Telegraph Department was created in 1947 and began operations in 1948. In 1962, it was formally separated from the Telegraph and Telephone Company and began functioning as a separate post office.
The following is a list of some of the country's postcodes. The term GPO refers to the General Post Office, the city's major post office. There are other GPOs in larger cities (like as Karachi and Lahore). even so, the main one is the only one that has the city's name as its only identification (Karachi GPO and Lahore GPO).
15, M. A. Jinnah Road