Kot Chutta

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Kot Chutta Tehsil


تحصِيل كوٹ چهُٹّہ
Country Pakistan
RegionPunjab, Pakistan Punjab Province
DistrictDera Ghazi Khan
Population
 • Tehsil757,403
 • Urban
51,691
 • Rural
705,712
Time zoneUTC+5 (PST)
Area code(s)+64

Kot Chutta (Urdu: كوٹ چهُٹّہ‎), is a tehsil administrative subdivision of Dera Ghazi Khan District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. It is a part of Dera Ghazi Khan District. Kot Chutta is situated off the Indus Highway. Chutta Khan Gurmani, tribal sardar of Gurmani Lashari Baloch (Chutta Khan Gurmani) who found this area at the same time that Haji Khan Mirrani settled in Dera Ghazi Khan.

Tribes[edit]

The majority of Baloch tribes are found in this area. This includes: Nutkani, Mehroani, Sikhani, Alyani, Gurmani, Jalbani, Birmani, Gurchani, Wadani, Mahesar, Daha, Duddah, Abreened, Nizamani, Sanawan, Sanjrani, Qazi, Langah, Mirziani, Khakh, Leghari, Malik Bhattar, Malana, Talpur, Hajana, Kachela, Buzdar, Dadoani, Dodiani, Mastoi, Jatoi, Ahmadani, Chandia, Changwani, Lashari, Warya, Khosa, Syed, Chishti, Rajpot, Loadhi, Arain, Kalloo Mirani, Abreened, Sandila, Dhandla, Bhatti, Mandhra, Metla, Badru, Mahar, Bhutta, Mirasi, Malkani, Rana, Esran, Mohana and many other tribes living in Kot Chutta Tehsil.

Geography[edit]

Nearty towns include: Basti Multani Wala, Rekra, Basti Jalbani, Basti Meer Jalbani, Basti Shah Ali, Basti Sogri Wala, Sandila Shareef, Khalsa, Phiri Wala, Hafiz Abad, Beig Wala, Nuorang Abadh, Bas ti Bhambhiani, Mochi Wala, Choti Zareen, Basti Yakiani, Basti Talpur, Khanpur, Mana Ahmadani, Notak Mehmed, Ara Jaffar, Sheru Jadeed, Aaliwala, Haibat, Mastoi Wala, Bahishti Wala, Ismail Wala, Mochi Wala, Jhok Uttra, Ghousabad, Haider Wahan, Jakhar Imam Shah, Basti Malana, Faqir Wala, Kotla Ahmed Khan, Mandhir Wala and Seir Wala.

Health[edit]

Every union council has a rural health department along with one tehsil headquarter hospital.[2]

Education[edit]

Various degree colleges are under construction.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "District and Tehsil Level Population Summary With Population Breakup: Punjab" (PDF). Pakistan Bureau of Statistics. 2018-01-03. Retrieved 2018-04-24.
  2. ^ Ghazi Khan Tehsils & Unions in the District of Dera Khazi Khan

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