Kot Chutta

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Kot Chuttaكوٹ چهُٹّہ
Tehsil
Country Pakistan
Region Punjab Province
District Dera Ghazi Khan District
Government
 • Type Tehsil
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Area code(s) +64

Kot Chutta (Urdu: كوٹ چهُٹّہ‎), is a tehsil , an administrative subdivision, of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is a part of [[Dera Ghazi Khan District. Kot Chutta situated at Famous Indus Highway. Chutta Khan Gurmani a trible sirdar of Gurmani Baloch tribe who found this area at the same time when Haji Khan Mirrani settled in Dera Ghazi Khan. Majority Baloch Tribes are settled in this area some are, Leghari, Gurmani,Malana, Talpur, Buzdar, Mastoi, Jatoi, Ahmedani, Chandia, Changwani, Lashari, Khosa, Syed, Rajpot, Loadhi, Arain, Mirani,Sandila and lot of other tribes living in Kot Chutta tehsil.

Population

The Population of tehsil Kot Chutta is less than 1 million. Some famous towns of Tehsil kot chutta are, Choti zaren, Talpur, Mana Ahmedani, Notak Mehmed, Aaliwala, Haibat Mastoi, Jhok Uttra, Ghousabad, Haider wahn, Jakhar Imam Shah and Basti Malana..

Health and Education

Tehsil Kot Chutta is very backward area, the Condition of Healt and Education is very poor only rural health department in every Union council and one tehsil headquarter Hospital which have low facilitation, in education some new degree colleges are in under constrution, the office of Rescue 1122 is also in under construction. ]].[1]

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Coordinates: 29°53′N 70°39′E / 29.883°N 70.650°E / 29.883; 70.650