Tret, Murree

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Tret Syedan
Union council
Country  Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Rawalpindi
Tehsil Murree
Population
 • Total 30,184

Tret Syedan is a village and union council of Murree Tehsil in the Rawalpindi District of Punjab, Pakistan.[1] It is located in the south of the tehsil at 33°49'60N 73°16'60E[2] and is bounded to the north by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, to the north-east by Ghora Gali, to the east by Numbal and to the south by Angoori. Tret is consider as most notable place in Murree.

According to the 1998 census of Pakistan it had a population of 14,184.

Hub of Shia Population[edit]

Majority of Tret population belonging to Shia Sect Where Shias are more than 80%. Historically Tret play a role as a ground for Shia leadership and organizations like Imamia Students Organisation and MWM.


The famous costs that are living in Tret Syedan are Sadaat, Malik and Chudary. Famous Schools in Tret Syedan are Ali Gramer, New Public School and Nishan-E-Haider Public School.

Shrine of Pir Budhu Shah[edit]

Most important place in Tret Syedan is the shrine of Pir Budhu Shah who was migrate in Tret earlier in 1700s. People from different places came in his shirine and pray from Allah through his name.

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Coordinates: 33°50′N 73°18′E / 33.833°N 73.300°E / 33.833; 73.300