Padhrar

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Padhrar
Village and union council
Country Pakistan
Region Punjab Province
District Khushab District
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Padhrar (Urdu: پدهراڑ‎) is a village and union council (an administrative subdivision) of Khushab District located in Punjab, Pakistan.[1] It is part of Khushab tehsil. The village of Padhrar is located at the beginning of Soon Valley, which leads to the mountain peak of Sakesar. The village is an important village of Khushab from the political perspective. The Malik Awan tribe of the town have an active role in the politics of Khushab district.

Malik Karam Bakhsh Awan and his sons & grandsons, Malik Naeem Khan Awan, Malik Tahir Sarfraz Awan, Malik Umer Aslam Awan are some of the political figures belonging to the town.

Geography[edit]

The village is located at an equal distance of 55 kilometers from two districts of Khushab and Chakwal. The Kalarkahar lake is 30 kilometers & Talagang is about 40-45 kilometers from this town. It is the last village of Khushab district moving from Sargodha-Khushab to Chakwal-Rawalpindi.

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