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Tehsils of Punjab, Pakistan

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Tehsil is an administrative sub-division of any District in a Country. There are 588 total tehsils in pakistan and more than 6000 union councils.

Attock District

Sr. No. Tehsil
1 Attock
2 Fateh Jang
3 Hazro
4 Hassan Abdal
5 Jand
6 Pindi Gheb

Bahawalnagar District

Sr. No. Tehsil
1 Bahawalnagar
2 Chishtian
3 Fort Abbas
4 Haroonabad
5 Minchinabad

Bahawalpur District

Sr. No. Tehsil
1 Bahawalpur
2 Ahmedpur Sharqia
3 Hasilpur
4 Khairpur Tamewali
5 Yazman

Bhakkar District

Sr. No. Tehsil
1 Bhakkar
2 Darya Khan
3 Kaloorkot
4 Mankera

Chakwal District

Sr. No. Tehsil
1 Chakwal
2 Kallar Kahar
3 Choa Saidan Shah
4 Talagang
5 Lawa

Jhelum District

Sr. No. Tehsil
1 Jhelum
2 Pind Dadan Khan
3 Sohawa
4 Dina

Khanewal District

Sr. No. Tehsil
1 Khanewal
2 Jahanian
3 Kabirwala
4 Mian Channu

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