Map of Balochistan with Panjgur District highlighted
|• Current Member of Provincial Assembly||Rehmat Baloch (NP) haji Amanullah Baloch (NP)|
|• Total||16,891 km2 (6,522 sq mi)|
|• Density||14.4/km2 (37/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
|Number of Tehsils||3|
Panjgur is home to several archaeological sites, including centuries-old tombs, an old dam called Band-e-Gillar, remnants of a fort at Khudabadan, and the historical castle of Nawab Kharan.
In Panjgur, there are forty-eight primary schools (40 for girls, 8 for boys), 18 middle schools (3 for girls), 26 High schools (16 for male and 10 for female), a teacher training College ( Government College of Elementary Education Panjgur ), a cadet college, Inter college for Girls, a degree college for boys and there are some new private colleges (co-education) also.
The population is about 480,001. Over 99% of people in the area are Muslims. Balochi is the local language. There is no Sardari system in Panjgur. No tribe is considered to be superior then other. Major tribes are Mengal, Mullazai, Badini, Reki, Balochzai, Nosherwani, Mallokzai, Rodini, Zahrozai, Naqeeb, Sorwani, etc.
The primary occupation is agriculture, revolving around dates, fishing and poultry. While being a border city a lot of people have started doing their own business.
Panjgur Airport (IATA: PJG, ICAO: OPPG) is a domestic airport. Its short runway stretches only 1524 meters. While PIA has started flights to Sharjah from 2013.
The towns within the Panjgur District are Tasp, Kallag, Paroom, Washbood, Gramkan, Sarawan, Khudabadan, Chitkan, Tar Office, Sarikoran, Bonistan, Hiraap, Sarekalat, Isaai and Surdoo. During the British Raj, the British Army used Tar Office as the headquarters of Makran.