Kakar Khurasan Subdistrict

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Kakar Khurasan Subdistrict or Kakkar Subdistrict is an administrative division of Zhob District, Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is named after the Kakar tribe, some of whom live there, and Khurasan for the old province of Persia of which it was part.

There are two councils in the Kakar Khurasan Subdistrict, Qamar Din with 12 members, and Shafaloo with 11 members.[1] There are two tehsils in Kakar Khurasan Subdistrict, Qamardin Karez Tehsil headquartered in the village of the same name and Ashwat sub-tehsil headquartered in Ashwat village.

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There is a post office departmental sub office at the village of Qamardin Karez.[2] There is no airport and there are no paved (metaled) roads.[2] There are no rail lines.[2]

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  1. ^ "Zhob Administrative Structure". The Planning and Development Department of the Government of Balochistan. Archived from the original on 21 November 2008. 
  2. ^ a b c "Economic Infrastructure and Communications Zhob". The Planning and Development Department of the Government of Balochistan. Archived from the original on 5 December 2008. 

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