Talk:Kakazai

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Clarification[edit]

This article is misleading as it states "Kakazai" as a Pashtun tribe which is simply incorrect information. Through the attached documentation it is clear that Kakazai is a sub-tribe of Mamund, which itself is a sub-division of Tarkani tribe, whereas this sub-clan is so big and spread out it can classify as a tribe of its own, at its core it still remains a sub-tribe. This lack of adequate referencing within the wider picture and false tribe status has left to much confusions such as Kakazai being dubbed a Punjabi or "Malik" clan and descended of Kalal, so I edited this page a little (adding a passage) acknowledging Tarkani and Mamund, I basically just put in typed format what is already contained within in the attached images. other than the passage I added to the list of "notable Kakazai". I will not be doing further edits. Thanks.

I have clarified further along-with adding some more sources. Thank you. Face-smile.svg McKhan (talk) 06:48, 23 April 2013 (UTC).
Malik Meraj Khalid Awan was AWAN by caste.He had no son and had adopted his niece son Malik Zubair Awan as his own son.They live near WAGHA BORDER in LAHORE. Awans are direct descendants of Hazrat Ali the 4th caliph of Islam. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rashad Munawar Khan (talkcontribs) 13:44, 12 July 2013 (UTC)
As I have already explained that your "clarification" is not enough under the Wikipedia guidelines as you have not furnished any sort of verifiable source to corroborate with your edit. Please, don't add anymore personalities to this page as there is a dedicated page, List_of_Kakazai_people, for only NOTABLE personalities (NOT for every Tom and Joe). Thank you. McKhan (talk) 14:24, 12 July 2013 (UTC)