Amb (Dadyal)

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Amb is a town in the Dadyal tehsil of Mirpur District of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It has a mosque which was built in the 1980s. It also has a beach and mountains. The River Punch runs through Amb and most of Dadyal.


According to 1998 census of Pakistan, its population was 2,740.[1]


Like many villages in the Mirpur region, many of its residents have emigrated to the United Kingdom. Most people live in Birmingham. In the 1990s, the mosque of the town was built. Later on, the mosque was refurbished and now is a tourist attraction. Amb, along with Dadyal, was founded in 1966 with many people migrating to the United Kingdom and the United States.