Malakand District

Malakand District

Malakand District

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Description:
Malakand District is a district of the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan.

The District was formed in 1970 as a Provincially Administered Tribal Area, It had previously been a Tribal Area known as the Malakand Protected Area, part of the Malakand Agency. From 1970 to 2000 the District was part of Malakand Division.

Malakand District lies at a strategically important position as it acts as a gateway to Swat, Dir, Chitral and Bajaur. It is surrounded by a series of mountains that were overgrown with different kinds of trees in the past though they have a barren look today. The famous Malakand Pass which connects Mardan to Swat and Dir is located near Dargai, where the local Pushtun tribes fought two fierce battles with the British army in 1895 and 1897.

The Swat River flows through the District down towards Charsadda District where it falls into the Kabul River. Malakand Districty is bounded on the north by Lower Dir District, on the East by Swat District, on the south east and south west by Mardan and Charsadda districts respectively and on the west by Mohmand and Bajour Agencies. The area of Malakand protected area is 952&nbsp;km<sup>2</sup>.

Administration

The district is represented in the provincial assembly by two elected MPAs who represent the following constituencies:PF-98 (Malakand-1)PF-99 (Malakand-2)For the control of law & Order situation a local force has been raised which is called Malakand Levies whose head is the commandant/DCO...
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