Kallar Syedan

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Tehsil Kallar Syedan
کلر سیداں
Tehsil
Tehsil Kallar Syedan is located in Punjab, Pakistan
Tehsil Kallar Syedan
Tehsil Kallar Syedan
Tehsil Kallar Syedan is located in Pakistan
Tehsil Kallar Syedan
Tehsil Kallar Syedan
Coordinates: 33°24′52″N 73°22′43″E / 33.41444°N 73.37861°E / 33.41444; 73.37861Coordinates: 33°24′52″N 73°22′43″E / 33.41444°N 73.37861°E / 33.41444; 73.37861
Country Pakistan
Region Punjab
District Rawalpindi District
Tehsil Kallar Syedan
Capital Tehsil Kallar Syedan
Union councils 11
Government
 • Mayor Sheikh Abdul Qadoos
Area
 • Total 420 km2 (160 sq mi)
Elevation 520 m (1,710 ft)
Population
 • Total 190,000
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Area code(s) 051

Kallar Syedan is a City and Headquarters of Tehsil Kallar Syedan, Rawalpindi District, Punjab, Pakistan. On 1 July 2004, Kallar Syedan became the seventh Tehsil of Rawalpindi District, prior to which it was a part of the Kahuta Tehsil.[1] The Tehsil has 11 union councils.

Union Councils Of Tehsil Kallar Syedan[edit]

UC Number. Union Council Headquarters Area (km²) Population
(1998)
UC24 Nala Musalmana Nala Musalmana 00,00 00,00
UC25 Manyanda Manyandal 00,00 00,00
UC26 Samote Samote 00,00 00,00
UC27 Choha Khalsa Choha Khalsa 00,00 00,00
UC28 Kanoha Khanoha 00,00 14000 Approximately
UC30 Bhalakhar Bhalakhar 00,00 00,00
UC31 Gufl Guff 00,00 00,00
UC32 Ghazan Abad Ghazan Abad 00,00 00,00
UC33 Bishandote Bishandote 00,00 00,00

Villages Of Tehsil Kallar Syedan[edit]

  • Arazi
  • Bhatti
  • Bhalakhar
  • Bagh Boota
  • Balimah
  • 'bangyal
  • Banal
  • Barota
  • Basanta
  • Bawli
  • Bhakhral
  • Bimmah Gangal
  • Bishandote
  • Chabutra
  • Chak Mirza
  • Chamak
  • Chamba Kerpal
  • Chappar
  • Chappri Akku
  • Choha Khalsa
  • ChowkPindori
  • Dhamali
  • Dahan Gali
  • Darkali Mehmoori
  • Darkali Sher Shahi
  • Dera Khalsa
  • Dhari
  • Dhari Syedan
  • Dheri Mirzian
  • Dhoke Buhari
  • Dhoke Captain Khaliq Awan
  • Dhoke Lt Miran Bakhsh
  • DhoKe Mahjian
  • Dhoke Sub Amanat Hussain
  • Dhoke Sufi Ghulam Farid
  • Dhoke Adrain
  • Dhoke Baba Faiz Baksh
  • Dobairan Kallan
  • Dhok Sabri
  • Ghangothi
  • Ghazan Abad
  • Gohi
  • Hayal Pindora
  • Her Dho Chakyal
  • Jabba
  • Jabba Channi
  • Jari
  • Jaswala
  • Jocha Mamdoot
  • Kaaliyah
  • Kalari
  • Kanoha
  • Khalwat
  • Khooe Lass
  • Kothi Syedan
  • Kund
  • Looni Bazdaran
  • Mak Dhoke Bhattian
  • Majhar
  • Malook
  • Mangal Rajgan
  • Mangloora Shareef
  • Manyanda
  • Merah Sangal
  • Miana Mohra
  • Mohra Bakhtan
  • Mohra Ropyal
  • Mohrah Adrian
  • Mohra Mareed
  • Nala Musalmana
  • Nambal
  • Nandna Jattal
  • Nothia
  • Pallal Mallahan
  • Peer Garata Syedan
  • Phata
  • Phalina
  • Sairi Saroha
  • Pindora Hardo
  • Saaliyah
  • Saroha Chaudhrian
  • Sadda Kamal
  • Sakrana
  • Sahib Dhamial
  • Samote
  • Samote Mirzan
  • Shah Khahi
  • Sir Suba Shah
  • Sumbal
  • Takal
  • Tamnoha
  • Tareel
  • Thala
  • Tota Rajgan
  • Walayat Abad
  • Zia Town

Notable people[edit]

  • Tikka Khan, Army Chief of Staff (1972–1976), Governor of East Pakistan (1971), Governor of Punjab (1988–1990)
  • Abdul Aziz Mirza, Chief of Naval Staff, ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
  • SARDAR MUHAMMAD ISHAQ KHAN(LATE),MOST SENIOR ADVOCATE OF SUPREME COURT OF PAKISTAN(LEGEND OF LAW OF PAKSITAN).
  • Sardar Tariq Masood, justice supreme court of pakistan [2]
  • Sardar muhammad zulfiqar khan(late),advocate sindh high court(member sindh bar council)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "RAWALPINDI: Kallar Syedan starts functioning as tehsil". Dawn.Com. 2004-07-02. Retrieved 2013-11-13. 
  2. ^ "Honourable Mr. Justice Sardar Tariq Masood". Supreme Court of Pakistan. Retrieved 28 May 2017. 

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