Provincially Administered Tribal Areas
The Provincially Administered Tribal Areas (PATA) were Pakistani administrative subdivisions designated in the Article 246(b) of the Constitution of Pakistan. No Act of Provincial Assembly can be applied to PATA whereas the Governor of the respective province has mandate parallel to the authority President of Pakistan has over Federally Administered Tribal Areas. The Tribal status of these areas is abolished and these are merged in Provinces in 1970.
- Chitral District (former Chitral state)
- Upper Dir District (former Dir state)
- Lower Dir District (former Dir state)
- Swat District (former Swat state including Kalam)
- Buner District
- Shangla District
- Kohistan District
- Kala Dhaka District
- Malakand and Tribal Area adjoining Mansehra District (Battagram, Allai and Upper Tanawalormer) and former Amb state.
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