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Oghi (Urdu: اوگی) is a city and union council (an administrative subdivision) of Mansehra District in the Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa of Pakistan. It is located in Oghi Tehsil and lies to the north-west of the district capital Mansehra.
In British colonial times, Oghi town, in the Agror valley, was the seat of the local chief, the Khan of Agror, of the Swati tribe, descended from one Akhund Saadudin, a mullah who came from the Swat area and settled here. Following the disturbances by The Black Mountain (Tor Ghar) Tribes and campaign of 1888 this chiefdom was formally abolished by the government of British India; and subsequently, the chiefs were given a limited 'Jagir' grant in exile. In the post-independence era, this family has been represented in Pakistani politics by the late Khan Facker uz Zaman Khan, and then his wife Senator Mrs. Fauzia Facker uz Zaman, and their son, Mr. Wajih uz Zaman Khan, Advocate, who is an MP in the Provincial Assembly of Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa.
- Tehsils & Unions in the District of Mansehra - Government of Pakistan Archived July 18, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- Earthquake affected area overview - United Nations Joint Logistics Centre[dead link]
- Oghi - Imperial Gazetteer of India, v. 19, p. 235.
- "Hazara District Gazetteer, 1907", Pub by the Government of the NWFP, 1908, pp. 203-205