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Waince is a clan of the Jat people and are a traditionally agricultural community in Pakistan and India. Waince Jats live in the Punjab region of Pakistan and India. After the Partition of India in 1947, many Muslim families migrated from India to Pakistan. A large number of the Jat Muslim people live in Pakistan and have dominant roles in public life in the Pakistani Punjab. Their speak the Punjabi language. Waince mostly live in Sheikhupura District, Gujarat, Pakistan, Jhang District and Multan District regions.