|— Tehsil —|
|• Naib nazim|
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According to the 1901 census, taken during British rule the tehsil of Sialkot contained 637 villages and a population of 312,688 an increase of almost 10,000 since the 1891 census (302,866). The land revenue and cesses in 1903-4 amounted to Rs.4,00,000.
The tehsil is subdivided into 52 Union Councils, these are:
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