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GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN
Case Study
10/5/2011 FCO Nazar Mohammad

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Government Structure

Pakistan's independence was won through a democratic and constitutional struggle. Although the country's record with parliamentary democracy has been mixed, Pakistan, after lapses, has returned to this form of government. The constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 provides for a federal parliamentary system with a president as head of state and a popularly elected prime minister as head of government. President The president, in keeping with the constitutional provision that the state religion is Islam, must be a Muslim. Elected for a five-year term by an electoral college consisting of members of the Senate and National Assembly and members of the provincial assemblies, the president is eligible for reelection. But no individual may hold the office for more than two consecutive terms. The president may resign or be impeached and may be removed from office for incapacity or gross misconduct by a two-thirds vote of the members of the parliament. The president generally acts on the advice of the prime minister but has important residual powers. One of the most important--a legacy of Zia--is contained in the Eighth Amendment, which gives the president the power to dissolve the National Assembly "in his discretion where, in his opinion . . . a situation has arisen in which the Government of the Federation cannot be carried on in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and an appeal to the electorate is necessary." Parliament and Federal Government The bicameral federal legislature is the Majlis-i-Shoora (Council of Advisers), consisting of the Senate (upper house) and National Assembly (lower house). Members of the National Assembly are elected by universal adult suffrage (over eighteen years of age in Pakistan). Seats are allocated to each of the four provinces, the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, and Islamabad Capital Territory on the basis of population. National Assembly members serve for the parliamentary term, which is five years, unless they die or resign sooner, or unless the National Assembly is dissolved. Although the vast majority of the members are Muslim, about 5 percent of the seats are reserved for minorities, including Christians, Hindus, and Sikhs. Elections for minority seats are held on the basis of joint electorates at the same time as the polls for Muslim seats during the general elections. The prime minister is appointed by the president from among the members of the National Assembly. The prime minister is assisted by the Federal Cabinet, a council of ministers whose members are appointed by the president on the advice of the prime minister. The Federal Cabinet comprises the ministers, ministers of state, and advisers. The Senate is a permanent legislative body with equal representation from each of the four provinces, elected by the members of their respective provincial assemblies. There are representatives from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas and from Islamabad Capital

and unlawful sexual intercourse. there are some functions on which both can make laws and establish departments for their execution. the Federal Public Service Commission. Other offices and bodies having important roles in the federal structure include the attorney general. This court decides whether any law is repugnant to the injunctions of Islam. in the case of a provincial law. appellate. it only makes national policy and handles international aspects of those services. Although there is a well-defined division of responsibilities between federal and provincial governments. Judges of the provincial high courts are appointed by the president after consultation with the chief justice of the Supreme Court. and a provincial assembly. theft. The Supreme Court has original. Only the National Assembly can approve the federal budget and all finance bills.3 Territory. such as . for example. under the constitution. Both the Senate and the National Assembly can initiate and pass legislation except for finance bills. and other lesser courts exercising civil and criminal jurisdiction. provincial high courts. there are special courts and tribunals to deal with specific kinds of cases. as well as the governor of the province and the chief justice of the high court to which the appointment is being made. the Federal Land Commission. High courts have original and appellate jurisdiction. laws pertaining to such offences as intoxication. and roads. is next in line to act as president should the office become vacant and until such time as a new president can be formally elected. and the Wafaqi Mohtasib (Ombudsman). The court also hears appeals from decisions of criminal courts under laws relating to the enforcement of hudood laws that is. is charged with taking steps to bring the law into conformity with the injunctions of Islam. the president may prevent passage unless the legislature in joint sitting overrules the president by a majority of members of both houses present and voting. and advisory jurisdiction. are provided by the provincial governments. agriculture. the president. a Council of Ministers headed by a chief minister appointed by the governor. the other Supreme Court judges are appointed by the president after consultation with the chief justice. Three of the judges are ulama. There is also a Federal Shariat Court consisting of eight Muslim judges. Islamic Scholars. The chief justice and judges of the Supreme Court may remain in office until age sixty-five. Provincial assemblies also have reserved seats for minorities. Judiciary The judiciary includes the Supreme Court. Members of the provincial assemblies are elected by universal adult suffrage. and are well versed in Islamic law. Although the federal government can also legislate in these areas. When a law is deemed repugnant to Islam. including a chief justice appointed by the president. In the case of other bills. The Federal Shariat Court has original and appellate jurisdiction. Each province has a governor. or the governor. In addition. the auditor general. The chairman of the Senate. in the case of a federal law. Most of the services in areas such as health. Election Commission of Pakistan. The chief justice of the Supreme Court is appointed by the president. Provincial Governments Pakistan's four provinces enjoy considerable autonomy. education. that is.

the Electoral College (composed of the Senate. commercial courts. A further feature of the judicial system is the office of Wafaqi Mohtasib (Ombudsman). The Mohtasib is empowered to award compensation to those who have suffered loss or damage as a result of maladministration. The Mohtasib's purpose is to institutionalize a system for enforcing administrative accountability.4 drug courts. which is provided for in the constitution. who took office on March 25. traffic courts. the Mohtasib holds office for four years. The Prime Minister is usually the leader of the largest party in the National Assembly and is assisted by a cabinet of ministers drawn from both chambers of the federal legislature.1 Provincial governments o 2. and an indirectly-elected Prime Minister as the Head of Government. which have their own forums for appeal. and to help curb misuse of discretionary powers. labor courts. the term cannot be extended or renewed. The office of Mohtasib was established in many early Muslim states to ensure that no wrongs were done to citizens. The President’s appointment and term are constitutionally independent of the Prime Minister’s term. an income tax appellate tribunal.3 Kashmir governments 3 Ministries and divisions 4 Departments 5 See also 6 References 7 External links U U U U U U U U U U U U U . 2008.2 Local governments o 2. Appointed by the president. Excluded from jurisdiction. are personal grievances or service matters of a public servant as well as matters relating to foreign affairs. Appeals from special courts go to high courts except for labor and traffic courts. On September 6. 2008. an insurance appellate tribunal. the National Assembly. and special courts for bank offences. Contents • • U U • • • • • U U U U U 1 Recent history 2 Federal branches o 2. Pakistani Government System The Government of Pakistan (Urdu: ‫ )ﺣﮑﻮﻣﺖ ﭘﺎﮐﺴﺘﺎﻥ‬is a federal parliamentary system. however.[1] with an ِ indirectly-elected President as the Head of State and Commander in Chief of the Pakistani Armed Forces. and the four Provincial Assemblies) chose Asif Ali Zardari as the eleventh President of Pakistan for a five-year term. There are also special courts to try terrorists. national defense. Appeals from the tribunals go to the Supreme Court. The current Prime Minister is Yousaf Raza Gillani of the Pakistan People’s Party. to improve administrative processes and procedures. This institution is designed to bridge the gap between administrator and citizen. through investigating and rectifying any injustice done to a person through maladministration by a federal agency or a federal government official. and the armed services.

[3] After the elections the People's Party Parliamentarian and the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz announced a coalition to form the new government along with the Awami National Party (ANP). to sit on August 11."[6] Musharraf accordingly delayed his departure for the Beijing Olympics by a day.confirmed: "A decision has been made that he has to go now. In the general elections held in February 2008. and impeach him through parliamentary process upon refusal.[7] A senior coalition official told Reuters: "Yes.[2] On November 3. If they use their right to oust me.[4] Allies of President Pervez Musharraf withdrew their candidate for Pakistan's prime minister. however. 2007.5 Recent history The National Assembly elections that were held in October 2002 had 91 women elected to its Parliament . and all the parties have agreed on this point. President Musharaf's ally party Pakistan Muslim League (Q) (PML-Q) came third with 54 seats. spokesman for the Pakistan People's Party -. said: “I will defeat those who try to push me to the wall."[11] Federal branches Executive • • • President Prime Minister National Security Council Legislative • Parliament o Senate o National Assembly Leader of the Opposition Federal Government Ministries   • . who was sworn in March 25. the Pakistan Peoples Party and the Pakistan Muslim League (N) agreed to force Musharraf to step down and begin his impeachment. Pakistan's new parliament elected the country's first female speaker March 19. or lower house of parliament. President Musharraf suspended Pakistan's constitution by declaring a state of emergency. and Musharraf must obtain vote of confidence from the National Assembly and 4 provincial assemblies. Asif Ali Zardari.[9] The government summoned the national assembly. 2008."[8] The draft of the ruling coalition’s joint statement had been finalized by the draft Committee. and the coalition chose Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. the party of slain leader Benazir Bhutto.[5] On August 7. we have agreed in principle to impeach him.the largest number and percentage of women in the parliament of any Muslim-majority country. Wasif Syed. Altaf Hussain and Nawaz Sharif announced sending a formal request or joint charge sheet that he steps down. Musharaf. I have the right to defend myself. 2008 from the Pakistan Peoples Party: Fahmida Mirza. Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians (PPPP) won 123 seats in the National Assembly while the Pakistan Muslim League (N) of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif won 91 seats in the National Assembly. Rehman Malik.[10] Capt. 2008 by President Pervez Musharraf. Farooq Sattar.

Justice & Human Rights o Cabinet Division o Law & Justice Division o Establishment Division o Human Rights Division • Ministry of Commerce & Education o Commerce Division Ministry of Communications • Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development o Local Government and Rural • .6 o Federal Ministers Judicial • Judiciary o Attorney General o Attorney chief o Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan [edit] Provincial governments • • • • • • • Balochistan Islamabad Capital Territory Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Punjab Sindh Kashmir Gilgit-Baltistan [edit] Local governments • • • Districts Tehsils Union Councils Former • Divisions (abolished in August 2000) [edit] Kashmir governments • • Government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Northern Areas Government [edit] Ministries and divisions Main article: Federal Government Ministries of Pakistan • Cabinet Secretariat • Ministry of Law.

Agriculture & Livestock Division Ministry of Foreign Affairs o Foreign Affairs Division Ministry of Health o Health Division • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Ministry of Housing & Works o Housing & Works Division Ministry of Industries.P. Production & Special Initiatives o Industries. Agriculture & Livestock o Food. Production & • • . N-W.7 o • Communications Division • Development Division Ministry of Minorities o Minorities Affairs Division Ministry of Narcotics Control o Narcotics Control Division Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs o Parliamentary Affairs Division Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Resources o Petroleum & Natural Resources Division Ministry of Population Welfare o Population Welfare Division  Population Welfare Department.F. Ministry of Ports and Shipping o Ports and Shipping Division Ministry of Privatization o Privatization Division Ministry of Railways o Railways Division Ministry of Religious Affairs & Zakat & Ushr o Religious Affairs & Zakat & Ushr Division Ministry of Science and Technology o Scientific & Technological Research Division Ministry of Social Welfare and Special Education o Social Welfare and Special Education Division Ministry of States and Frontier Regions o States and Frontier Regions Division Ministry of Culture and Sports o Culture and Sports Division Ministry of Defence o Defence Division Ministry of Defence Production o Defence Production Division Ministry of Economic Affairs & Statistics o Economic Affairs Division o Statistics Division Ministry of Education o Education Division Ministry of Environment o Environment Division Ministry of Finance & Revenue o Finance Division o Revenue Division(Federal Board of Revenue) Ministry of Food.

Razmak Capital Development Authority • • • • • • • • • • • National Institute of Oceanography National Institute of Population Studies National Institute of Public Administration National Insurance Company National Language Authority National Physical and Standards Laboratory National Police Academy National Police Foundation National Power Construction Company National Productivity Organization National Radio Telecommunication Corporation . Manpower & Overseas Pakistanis o Labour& Manpower Division o Overseas Pakistanis Division • Departments • • • • • • • • • • • • Accountability Courts Administration Wing Advanced Education Wing Agricultural & Livestock Products Marketing & Grading Dept.8 Special Initiatives Division • • Ministry of Textile Industry o Textile Industry Division Ministry of Tourism o Tourism Division Ministry of Water & Power o Water & Power Division Ministry of Women Development o Women Development Division Ministry of Youth Affairs o Youth Affairs Division Planning Commission/Ministry of Planning & Development o Planning and Development Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting o Information & Media Division Ministry of Information Technology o IT & Telecom Division • • • • • Ministry of Interior o Interior Division • • Ministry of Investment o Investment Division • • Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas o Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Division Ministry of Labour. Agricultural Census Organization Airport Security Force Attached Dept. Azad Jammu & Kashmir Council Board Of Investment Bureau of Emigration & Overseas Employment Cadet College.

Federal Flood Commission Civil Armed Forces Civil Aviation Authority Civil Services Reforms Unit College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan Commercial Courts Commissioner for Afghan Refugees.9 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Carrier Telephone Industries Centre For Applied & Molecular Biology Central Cotton Research Institute Central Drugs Laboratory. Peshawar Pakistan Housing Authority Pakistan Industrial Technical Assistance Centre Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation Pakistan Institute of Management Pakistan Manpower Institute Pakistan Marine Academy Pakistan Medical & Dental Council. Islamabad . Karachi Central Inspectorate of Mines Central Jail Staff Training Institute Chief Commissioner for Afghan Refugees. Lahore Committee on violence against women Construction Machinery & Training Institute Council for Works and Housing Research Council of Islamic Ideology Crisis Centre. Defence Housing Authority. Quetta Commissioner for Afghan Refugees. Peshawar Commissioner for Afghan Refugees. Islamabad Culture Wing Curriculum Wing Customs. Lahore Pakistan Agriculture Research Council Pakistan Automobile Corporation Pakistan Central Cotton Committee Pakistan Commission on Indus Waters Pakistan Computer Bureau Pakistan Council for Renewable Energy Technologies Pakistan Council for Science and Technology Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency Pakistan Forest Institute. Islamabad Pakistan Academy of Rural Developments Pakistan Administrative Staff College. Excise and Sales Tax Appellate Tribunal Dawood College of Engineering and Technology Department of Explosives Department of Patent & Design Department of Plant Production Department of Tourist Services Department of Communications Security Directorate General Civil Defence Directorate of Dockworkers Safety Directorate of Workers Education • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • National Savings Organization National Talent Pool National Tariff commission National Telecommunication Corporation National Training Bureau National Transport Research Centre National Tubewell Construction Corporation National University of Science and Technology Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority Overseas Employment Corporation Overseas Pakistani Women's Network Pakistan Medical & Research Council. Islamabad Chief Engineering Adviser/Chairman.

Islamabad Pakistan Post Office Pakistan Railways Pakistan Railways Academy. Islamabad Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences. Karachi Quaid-e-Azam Papers Project Railway Constructions Pakistan Ltd Science and Technical Education Wing Secretariat Training Institute Securities and Exchange Commission Sheikh Zayed Postgraduate Medical . Military Lands and Cantonments Dept.10 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Drug Court Drugs Controller. Karachi Drugs Controller. Pak-Swiss Precision Mechanics & Instrument Centre Petroman Pharmacy Council of Pakistan. Karachi Karachi Port Trust Livestock Wing Management Services Wing Marine Fisheries Dept. Islamabad Planning Wing Population Census Organization Population Welfare Port Qasim Authority Ports and Shipping Wing. Lahore Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre. Minorities Affairs Wing • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Pakistan Meteorological Dept. Mercantile Marine Dept. Federal Service Tribunal FGSH Islamabad Field Organization List Foreign Exchange Regulation Appellate Board Foreign Trade Institute of Pakistan Gwadar Port Authority Government Shipping Office Immigration & Passport Implementation Tribunal for Newspaper Employee IMHSC Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Indus River System Authority Islamabad Capital Territory Jammu & Kashmir Estate property. Walton (Lahore) Pakistan Railways Carriage Factory Pakistan Reinsurance Company Ltd Pakistan Science Foundation Pakistan Software Export Board Pakistan Standards And Quality Control Authority Pakistan Steel Mills Pakistan Telecommunication Authority Pakistan Telecommunications Company Pakistan Telecommunications Mobile Pakistan Tobacco Board Pakistan International Airlines Corporation Paknet Public Works Dept. Pakistan Military Accounts Dept. Islamabad Economic Wing 'Education For All' Wing Electronic Government Directorate Employees Old-Age Benefits Institution Engineering Development Board Environmental Protection Tribunal Estate Office Management Export Processing Zones Authority Export Promotion Bureau Federal Board of Revenue Federal Bureau of Statistics Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation Federal Investigation Agency Federal Land Commission Federal Seed Certification and Registration Dept. Karachi Private Power and Infrastructure Board Project Director. Pakistan Minerals Development Corporation Pakistan National Accreditation Council Pakistan National Shipping Corporation Pakistan Nursing Council.

Lahore Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority Special Communication Organization Special Court (Customs.11 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • National Aids Control Programme (NACP) National Alien Registration Authority National Archives of Pakistan National Bank of Pakistan National Commission for Human Development(NCHD) National Construction Ltd National Council for Conservation of Wildlife National Council for Homeopathy. See also Government of Pakistan portal Pakistan portal . Karachi National Institute of Electronics National Institute of Health. Islamabad National Institute of Labour Administration Training • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Institute. Rawalpindi National Council for Tibbi. Islamabad National Institute of Cardiovascular. Islamabad National Institute for the Handicapped. Taxation and Anti Smuggling) Special Courts (Central) Special Courts (Control of Narcotics Substances Special Courts (Offences in Banks) Sports Wing State Bank of Pakistan State Engineering Corporation State Life Insurance Corporation Technology Commercialisation Corporation of Pakistan (Private) Ltd Sui Southern Gas Company Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Surveyor General of Pakistan Technology Up-Gradation and Skill Development Company Telecom Foundation Telephone Industries of Pakistan Threadline Gallery of Pakistan Tourism Wing Trade Development Authority of Pakistan Trade Marks Registry Trading Corporation of Pakistan Utility Stores Corporation Virtual University of Pakistan WAPDA Women’s Political School Workers Welfare Fund Zarai Taraqiati Bank Ltd. Karachi National Institute of Child Health. Zoological Survey Dept. Islamabad National Database and Registration Authority National Document Centre National Electric Power Regulatory Authority National Energy Conservation Centre National Fertilizer Corporation National Film Development Council National Highway and Motorway Police National Highway Authority National Housing Authority National Industrial Parks Development & Management Company National Industrial Relations Commission.

12 • • • • • • • Ministry of Finance of the Government of Pakistan Statistics Division of the Government of Pakistan Federal Bureau of Statistics of the Government of Pakistan Pakistan Institute of International Affairs Gazette of Pakistan Economic Coordination Committee Types of Government Servants in Pakistan External links • • • • • • • Web gateway official Pakistan government portal The Government of Pakistan The President of Pakistan Senate of Pakistan National Assembly of Pakistan Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan Supreme Court of Pakistan .

13 Districts of Pakistan This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Pakistan Constitution Parliament President Federal government Judiciary Political parties Elections Administrative units Local government Economy .

Karachi West and Malir to form Karachi District. Contents 0B • • • • • • • • • • • • 1 Overview 2 Islamabad Capital Territory 3 Balochistan 4 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 5 Punjab 6 Sindh 7 Federally Administered Tribal Areas 8 Azad Jammu and Kashmir 9 Gilgit-Baltistan 10 See also 11 References 12 External links . Prior to 2001. In May 2005.14 Foreign relations Local Government The Districts of Pakistan (Urdu: ‫ )ﺍﺿﻼﻉ ﭘﺎﮐﺴﺘﺎﻥ‬are the second order administrative divisions of Pakistan. Karachi East. In Gilgit-Baltistan.000 union councils. Districts were the third order of administrative divisions. the second tier of government is formed by three administrative divisions with a third tier of ten districts. The number of districts rose to 106 again in December 2004. the other part being under Indian control. In Azad Kashmir. these were reduced to 102 by the merger of the five districts of Karachi Central. below provinces and "divisions". Districts now form the top tier of a three-tier system of local government with the two lower tiers composed of approximately 596 tehsils (included the Kashmir region) and more than 6. Qambar and Jamshoro) were newly created. until the reforms of August 2000. the Punjab provincial government created a new district[2] by raising the status of Nankana Sahib from a tehsil of Sheikhupura District to a district in its own right. The five districts had formed the division of Karachi which was abolished. Baltistan being a part of Ladakh under Pakistani control. Karachi South. when four new districts[1] were created in the province of Sindh of which one (Umerkot) had existed until 2000 and three districts (Kashmore. there were 106 districts but with the reorganisation. when "divisions" were abolished. there are six districts divided between the two regions of Gilgit and Baltistan.

220 3.000 805.621.440.971 2.8 6 7 tribal agencies Federally Administered and 6 frontier Tribal Areas (FATA) regions Azad Kashmir Gilgit-Baltistan 10 7 27.800.1 358.914 906 6.9 238.297 72.176.000 116.000 73. No.566.972.000 18.235 889 .000 17.000 30. Subdivision 1 2 3 4 5 Baluchistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Punjab Sindh Islamabad Capital Territory Districts 30 24 36 23 1 Area (km²) Population (1998) Density (people/km²) 347.15 Overview Sr.190 74 521 205.500 1.8 Islamabad Capital Territory Capital Territory Area (km²) Population (1998) Density (people/km²) Islamabad 906 805.744.345 140.000 258 24.52 216.02 880.7 7 8 13.

637 185.498 15 4. District 1 Awaran 2 Barkhan 3 Bolan 4 Chagai[7] 5 Dera Bugti 6 Gwadar 7 Harnai[9] 8 Jafarabad 9 Jhal Magsi 10 Kalat 11 Kech (Turbat) Headquarters Awaran Barkhan Dhadar Chagai Dera Bugti Gwadar Jafarabad Jhal Magsi Kalat Kech Area (km²) Population (1998) Density (people/km²) 29.16 Baluchistan Sr.539 413.000 7 10.834 36 22.941 30 6.622 237.545 29 7.160 181.204 18 . No.514 103.056 38 [8] 44.817 177 3.173 4 3.499 288.615 109.310 18 12.510 118.000 19 2.748 300.096 140.445 432.

529 692.326 1.364 448 551 236 271 1.048 1.056 245.830 Mastung Mastung 5.891 Pishin Pishin 7.32.051 367.725 3.967 1.728 Nasirabad Nasirabad 3. rters m²) 1998) e/km²) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Abbotta bad Bannu Battagr am Buner Charsa dda Chitral Dera Ismail Khan Hangu Haripur Karak Kohat Kohista n Abbottab ad Bannu Battagra m Daggar Charsadd a Chitral Dera Ismail Khan Hangu Haripur Karak Kohat Dassu 1.301 1.555 179.278 506.995 314.894 137.865 996 880.228 430. Headqua Area (k Population ( Density (peopl District No.153 Loralai Loralai 9.022.183 744.227 1.466 370.896 Musakhel Musa Khel Bazar 5.380 Killa Abdullah Chaman 3.097 1.387 [11] Nushki Nushki 5.695 295.372 2.489 1.797 Panjgur Panjgur 16.500 99.297 Ziarat Ziarat 1.666 675.831 Lasbela Bela 15.846 417.026 21 116 287 401 128 221 63 14.269 193.17 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Kharan[10] Kharan 8958 Kohlu Kohlu 7.653 [12] Sherani Sherani [9] Sibi Sibi 7.689 7.610 Khuzdar Khuzdar 35.553 312.398 275.545 7.570 .802 180.796 562.293 Killa Saifullah Killa Saifullah 6.667 307.644 472.492 852.819 Quetta Quetta 2.500 234.796 [10] Washuk Zhob[12] Zhob 20.850 318.340 4 13 12 112 28 21 30 30 23 73 23 14 47 281 23 14 22 [edit] Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Map Sr.784 134.142 33.

563 1.291 1.373 2.632 490.257 Alpuri Swabi Saidu Sharif Tank Dir 1.025 717.152.118 434.579 Mardan 1.019.582 a 952 Mansehra 4.460.586 1.543 5.649 452.679 3.602 238.337 1.699 .858 155 454 475 252 895 500 1.026.100 874.257.164 Marwat Timergar 1.748 Peshawar 1.839 1.18 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Lakki Marwat Lower Dir Malaka nd Manseh ra Mardan Nowsh era Peshaw ar Shangla Swabi Swat Tank Upper Dir Lakki 3.216 575.606 274 665 236 142 156 Nowshera 1.804 1.

District 1 Attock 2 Bahawalnagar Headquarters Attock Bahawalnagar Area (km²) Population (1998) Density (people/km²) 6. No.19 Punjab Sr.061.858 1.935 186 8.274.447 232 .878 2.

547 3.851 2.051.116.056.622 Gujrat Gujrat 3.618 3.053 1.252 Vehari Vehari 4.194 2.490 905.995 Khanewal Khanewal 4.830 Bhakkar Bhakkar 8.643.992 1.745 1.160.481 1.016 Toba Tek Singh Toba Tek Singh 3.957 2.587 Kasur Kasur 3.124 1.377 Pakpattan Pakpattan 2.960 Sialkot Sialkot 3.337 [2] Nankana Sahib Nankana Sahib 2.153 Chakwal Chakwal 6.232.048.416 98 129 166 138 927 939 642 352 322 261 595 476 139 3.433.375.800 1.321.724 Rahim Yar Khan Rahim Yar Khan 11.456 1.875 2.103.566 178 422 434 181 838 320 541 510 472 264 90 636 576 455 557 903 499 479 .665.318.141.120.723.840 Multan Multan 3.635.979 3.843.118 5.171.429.410.940 2.286 Sahiwal Sahiwal 3.201 Sargodha Sargodha 5.911 1.367 Jhang Jhang 8.809 Jhelum Jhelum 3.286.720 Muzaffargarh Muzaffargarh 8.772 Layyah Layyah 6.621.192 Hafizabad Hafizabad 2.265.068.400.545 936.083.620 3.091 1.319 Rawalpindi Rawalpindi 5.000 2.291 Lodhran Lodhran 2.593 2.349 Khushab Khushab 6.778 Mandi Bahauddin Mandi Bahauddin 2.725 965.008 832.029 2.097 1.980 2.090.249 Narowal Narowal 2.903 1.363.834.673 Mianwali Mianwali 5.960 Okara Okara 4.20 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Bahawalpur Bahawalpur 24.856 Gujranwala Gujranwala 3.680 3.922 Faisalabad Faisalabad 5.711 6.364 2.524 Chiniot Chiniot Dera Ghazi Khan Dera Ghazi Khan 11.880 Rajanpur Rajanpur 12.552 1.951 1.854 Sheikhupura Sheikhupura 5.511 Lahore Lahore 1.

21 Sindh Sr.811 89 6.000 524 . District 1 Badin 2 Dadu 3 Ghotki 4 Hyderabad Headquarters Badin Dadu Mirpur Mathelo Hyderabad Area (km²) Population (1998) Density (people/km²) 6.519 5.044 169 19.070 1.726 1.688.549 160 5.136.000. No.083 970.

417 2.592 15.000 447.512 5.423 1.925 2.945 4.733 19.165 2.071.910 7.728 2.502 1.066 515.631 662.113.030 1.087.527 2.795 255 97 260 364 536 369 238 10.927.355 1.310 1.291 1.572 13.215.194 663.571 1.569.331 1.453.278 3.438 908.22 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Jacobabad Jamshoro[1] Karachi Kashmore[1] Khairpur Larkana Matiari Mirpurkhas Naushahro Firoze Shaheed Benazirabad Qambar Shahdadkot Sanghar Shikarpur Sukkur Tando Allahyar Tando Muhammad Khan Tharparkar Thatta Umerkot[13] Jacobabad Jamshoro Karachi Kashmore Khairpur Larkana Matiari Mirpur Khas Naushahro Feroze Nawabshah Qambar Sanghar Shikarpur Sukkur Tando Allahyar Tando Muhammad Khan Mithi Thatta Umerkot 5.546.028 880.587 1.100 135 350 176 257 47 64 .462 1.638 17.373 550.215 914.425.533 270 2.

1 Bajaur Area (km² Population (1998 Density (people/km² ) ) ) 1.227 461 . No Agency .290 595.23 Federally Administered Tribal Areas Map Sr.

296 4.841 19.456 6.990 88.380 2.310 334.246 225.216 212 133 146 77 147 65 26 19 198 53 206 22 .221 546.987 53.576 3.841 27.730 448.441 429.24 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Khyber Kurram Mohmand North Wazirista n Orakzai South Wazirista n Bannu Dera Ismail Khan Kohat Lakki Marwat Peshawar Tank 2.593 38.707 1.008 446 132 261 1.453 361.538 6.620 745 2.

000 351.000 746.000 419.25 Azad Jammu and Kashmir Map Sr.000 489 .496 854 3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Muzaffarab ad Hattian Neelum Mirpur Bhimber Kotli Poonch Bagh Haveli Area (km Population (19 Density (people/k ²) 98) m²) 2.368 598 615.516 1.862 855 1.000 138.010 1.000 225.000 524. N District o.000 375 263 47 415 265 401 613 456 231 10 Sudhnati 569 278.621 1.000 171.000 401.

300 88. District 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Ghanche Skardu Astore Diamer Ghizer Gilgit Hunza-Nagar Area (km²) Population (1998) 6.400 15.936 9.666 131.324 .366 214.000 8.848 71.657 10.925 120.26 Gilgit-Baltistan Map Sr.218 243. No.635 26.

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