Dera Ghazi Khan Division
At abolition it contained the following districts:
During British rule, All the districts that later formed Dera Ghazi Khan Division, collectively formed a district of Multan Division. After independence, Dera Ghazi Khan was made into a division in its own right until abolition in 2000.
- Dera Ghazi Khan
- Louis Dane - In 1876 he was posted to the Punjab as assistant commissioner in Dera Ghazi Khan
- Mustafa Zaidi - served as assistant commissioner of Dera Ghazi Khan
- Andrew Jukes (missionary) - He was sent to Baloch mission at Dera Ghazi Khan, where he stayed until 1906
- Robert Groves Sandeman - in 1866 he was appointed district officer of Dera Ghazi Khan
- Divisions/Districts of Pakistan Archived 2006-09-30 at the Wayback Machine.
Note: Although divisions as an administrative structure has been abolished, the election commission of Pakistan still groups districts under the division names
- Dera Ghāzi Khān District Imperial Gazetteer of India, v. 11, p. 248.
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