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Adlana

Adlana
Town
Mouza Adlana
Adlana
Adlana

Coordinates: 31°17′N 72°30′E / 31.29°N 72.50°E / 31.29; 72.50

Country  Pakistan
Province Punjab
Government
 • Nazim Mahar Dilawar Khan Jappa
Population
 • Total 31,590
 • Density 45/km2 (120/sq mi)
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Calling code 047
Number of towns Rasalo, Rajoka Chak, Mahmand Abad, Chak No. 144
Number of Union Councils 21

Mouza Adlana is a town of Bhawana City a tehsil of Chiniot District of Punjab province of Pakistan. Mouza Adlana is situated at about 29 km away from Chiniot city and about 16 km from tehsil Bhowana.

The main tribe in the village are the Jappa tribe other supporting castes include Kumar, Nai, Tarkhan, Muslim Shaikh, Lohar, Machi and Miraci.

Most people are farmers and the land is very fertile. Many people are Government employees like Mahar Riaz Hussain, Anjum (Principal in FDE Islamabad), Brig. Khizher Hayat Jappa, Mahar Abdul Haq Jappa (Civil Judge), Mahar Yaqoob Khan Jappa (DZO).

The political personality of this town holds strong position in Jappa community, like Mahar Muhammad Khan Jappa, Mahar Dilawar Khan Jappa, Mehar Haji Muhammad Hayat Jappa(late) great politician, pioneer and iconic figure in the history of JAPPA clan ex (MPA).

Mehar Haji Manzoor Ahmad,brother of Haji Muhammad Hayat Jappa(late)is the very famous personality and notable of the area. Who is just following the noble cause of his late brother.

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Coordinates: 30°07′N 73°26′E / 30.117°N 73.433°E / 30.117; 73.433

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