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Village of Khunda, Punjab
Khunda is one of the prominent villages in Attock District, located 70 km north of Islamabad (Pakistan’s capital) on the Fatehjang –Kohat Road. Almost everyone in this village speaks their native Punjabi and majority of households are dependent on agriculture with wheat and peanuts as major crops. The village is famous for its political representation in the National and Provincial politics throughout Pakistan’s history. The prominent names include Malik Allahyar Khan who was elected MNA in 2001 elections and later became the Chairman of the PAC, Sardar Sarfraz an Ex-member of National and Provincial Assemblies and Malik Atta Muhammad who served as the Chairman of District Council.
Malik Allahyar Khan donated land for construction of high schools for boys and girls, as well as a basic health unit, and a veterinary clinic. The village has electricity and water supply scheme and most of the roads are concreted. It has a fiber link with the outside world. Khunda also is a market town with the surrounding villages.
Village of Thatta
Thatta has been one of the most important villages of the District. It is believed to have been founded by Sher Shah Suri, while some believe that it was founded much earlier, in the time of Alexander's invasion.