Aug 28, 2010

History of Chakwal

Chakwal was given the status of Tehsil headquarter by the British in 1881 and functioned as a subdivision of Jehlum district for more than a century when it was awarded the status of district in 1985.The District has a total population of 1083725 spread over four subdivisions of Chakwal , Talagang ,Choa Saiden Shah and Kallar Kahar with further subdivision into 68 union councils. 88% of the whole population resides in rural areas where as the district has an area of 6524 square kilometers .The district can boast of rich mineral reserves in the form of oil & gas , coal , salt ,lime stone and marble
The district is emerging as hub for cement production where industry is flourishing at a fast pace. Military service is the cherished career for the youth but a considerable number is pursuing multi-disciplinary higher education also. The current literacy rate of the district is estimated to be 76% which confers upon it the status of 6 most literate district in the Punjab and 11 in Pakistan.

Aug 26, 2010

Union Councils in Tehsil Kallar Kahar

  1. Kallar Kahar
  2. Bharpur
  3. Khairpur
  4. Miani
  5. Buchal Kalan
  6. Noor pur
  7. Munara
  8. Bhoun

Union Councils in Tehsil Choa Saiden Shah

  1. ARRA,
  2. BASHARAT,
  3. CHOA SAIDANSHAH,
  4. DALWAL,
  5. DANDOT,
  6. DULMIAL,
  7. LEHR SULTANPUR

Union Councils in Tehsil Talagang

  1. BHILOMAR,
  2. BIDHER,
  3. BUDHIAL,
  4. DHOULAR,
  5. DHURNAL,
  6. JABBI SHAH DILAWAR,
  7. JASSIAL,
  8. JHATLA,
  9. KOT GULLAH,
  10. KOT QAZI,
  11. KOT SARANG,
  12. LAWA,
  13. LETI,
  14. MULTAN KHURD,
  15. NAKA KAHOOT,
  16. PICHNAND,
  17. PIERA FATEHIAL,
  18. SAGHAR,
  19. TALAGANG CITY-I,
  20. TALAGANG CITY-II,
  21. TAMMAN,
  22. TEHI,
  23. THOA MEHRAM KHAN

Union Councils in Tehsil Chakwal

  1. BALKASSAR,
  2. BALOKASSAR,
  3. BEGAL,
  4. BHEEN,
  5. CHAK MALOOK,
  6. CHAK UMRA,
  7. CHAKWAL CITY-I,
  8. CHAKWAL CITY-II,
  9. CHAKWAL CITY-III,
  10. CHAKWAL CITY-IV,
  11. CHAKWAL CITY-V,
  12. CHOA GANJ ALI SHAH,
  13. DAB, DHUDIAL,
  14. DULLAH,
  15. DUMMAN,
  16. JAND KHANZADA,
  17. JAND..,
  18. JASWAL,
  19. KARSAL,
  20. KARYALA,
  21. KHOTIAN,
  22. KOT CHOUDRAIN,
  23. MANGWAL,
  24. MULHAL MUGHLAN,
  25. MUREED,
  26. ODHERWAL,
  27. PADSHAHAN,
  28. SARAL,
  29. WARWAL

Aug 24, 2010

Number of Union Councils in District Chakwal

What is a Union Council?
Union Council is a basic unit of LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM in Pakistan. Every Union Council has an elected body which includes a Nazim . Naib Nazim and different councilors. Union councils are the fifth tier of government in Pakistan and are often known as "village councils" in rural areas. A union council may comprise a big village and some small villages or it may comprise some Mohallahas and colonies of urban area.

How many Union Councils in District Chakwal?
District Chakwal has four Tehsils and .... Union Councils. Number of Union Councils in each Teshil is given against Tehsil name:
Tehsil Chakwal = ...
Tehsil Talagang = 23
Tehsil Kallar Kahar = 08
Tehsil Choa Saiden Shah = 08

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