Tuesday, July 13, 2010



11.1 In 1887 BKm corresponding to 1830A.D. Budgam was just a Tehsil known as “Tehsil-e-Sri Partap Singh Pora” and formed part of Wazarat-e-Shumali Kashmir (District Baramulla). It later became part of District Srinagar. The State Government in the year 1979 elevated Budgam to the District status.

11.2 It is surrounded by Districts Baramulla, Poonch, Srinagar, Pulwama and newly created District Shopian. At the time of its formation, more than two and a half decades ago, it comprised three Tehsils namely Tehsil Budgam, Tehsil Beerwa and Tehsil Chadoora. In the month of August 2005, State Government ordered creation of three more Tehsils namely Charari-Sharif, Khag and Khan Sahib bringing the total number of Tehsils in District Budgam to six. The Government further ordered that Tehsil Khag and Tehsil Khan Sahib will be coterminous with their respective C.D.Blocks.

11.3 The District is spread over 1371 sq. kms and has a total population of 6.29 lac souls, according to 2001 census. It has a mixed topography-hilly as well as plain. The total cultivable area is 57,000 hectares out of which 35,000 hectares are irrigated. The District has 115 Patwar Halqas comprising 509 villages with 8 C.D and N.E.S Blocks and 191 Panchayats.

11.4 District Budgam is known for a number of things. Charar-i-Sharief, the abode of the tomb of one of the most revered Kashmiri saints Sheikh Nooru-din-e- Noorani, popularly known as Nund Reshi or Alamdar-e-Kashmir, is one of the major towns of this District .The history says that the ancestors of Nund Reshi came from Kishtwar. Another important shrine is that at Pakherpora, a village near Charari-Sharif. 

The great sofi poets Shamas Faqir and Samad Mir are from Shamas Abad and Nambalhar, respectively, the two villages in Tehsil Khan Sahib and renowned revolutionary poet Abdul Ahad Azad is from Rangar village of Tehsil Chadoora. The famous tourist resort of Yousmarg is also situated in this District. The lush green meadows of Tosha Maidan with thick forests surrounding, are just about 10 kms from Khag. Tosha Maidan separates this District from District Poonch. Khag area abounds in water springs__about 50 in number; out of which 30 are stated to be perennial. The area is traversed by a number of murmuring streams which are tributaries of river Jehlum.

11.5 Budgam is an admixture of two Kashmiri words “Bud” (meaning “Big”) and “Gam” (meaning “Village”) and the legend goes that once upon a time Budgam was a very prosperous and densely populated township and therefore the name “Budgam”. 

11.6 The existence of Srinagar Airport as also with the introduction of train services in the valley having the main station located at Nowgam, Budgam District has got great potential for economic development, as it has emerged as a hub of activities connected with the increase in tourism and commerce. In particular the period after 1979 has seen tremendous economic development resulting in large scale migration of middle and upper middle class rural population from other districts into Srinagar city. The city has thus expanded on all sides, maximum penetration being on Budgam side. This has even necessitated Srinagar Municipal Corporation to extend its limits into certain areas of District Budgam.

11.7 The Demarcation Committee obviously cannot afford to ignore this fact and therefore the main consideration with it has been the present level as also the future trend of urbanization and therefore the ability of providing civic amenities by the State Government to these newly developed areas. Srinagar District Administration is undoubtedly better equipped for providing required facilities as also in attending to other day to day problems of the residents of these areas. 

The Committee therefore recommends taking out of 13 villages (8 villages from Tehsil Chadoora and 5 villages from Tehsil Budgam) from District Budgam and their inclusion in Tehsil Srinagar- (South) of District Srinagar, since all these villages have been completely urbanized and seemingly form part of Greater Srinagar. The names of these villages with other details are as follows:-

Tehsils Patwar Halqas Villages

A. Chadoora 1. B.K.Pora i. Bagh-e-Mehtab
2. Lasjan i. Lasjan
ii. Soiteng
3. Natipora i. Natipora
4. K.P.Bagh i. Aramwari
ii. K.P.Bagh
iii. Gund Chandal
5. Nowgam i. Nowgam

B. Budgam 1. Hyderpora i. Hyderpora
ii. Baghat Barzala
2. Narakara i. Laloo Sheshgaribagh
3. Rawalpora i. Rawalpora
4. Humhama i. Nadirgund

11.8 This exercise involves division of five Patwar Halqas in District Budgam and transfer of four complete Patwar Halqas from District Budgam to Tehsil Srinagar (South) District Srinagar. Normally, the Committee is not in favour of division of any existing Patwar Halqa. However, an exception in this case is proposed keeping in view the immediate proximity of these areas to Srinagar city and their level of urbanization.

The re-organization of these Patwar Halqas can be done by the competent authority in Revenue Department.

11.9 District Budgam, thereafter, is left with 111 Patwar Halqas comprising 496 villages.

11.10 The details of the Patwar Halqas with names of villages of District Budgam are at Appendix XI-1 and the map is at Appendix XI-2.


11.11 As already stated earlier Tehsil Khan Sahib has been created in the year 2005 and is coterminous with the C.D and N.E.S.Block. Khan Sahib, in particular, is a township which derives its name after a very famous and revered saint Hazrat Saleh Khan whose Shrine is situated there-at. Hazrat Saleh Khan was born in a village Pakhla situated in Pakistan, and came to this area somewhere during 16th century A.D. Hazrat Saleh Khan is stated to have visited Srinagar also. He took religious guidance from Baba Naseebu-Din Gazi and meditated for about 12 years in the forests of the area where his tomb is situated.

11.12 Tehsil Khan Sahib comprises 99 villages (three un-inhabited) 18 Patwar Halqas and 34 Panchayat Circles having a total population of 94,564 souls. The Tehsil Headquarter is about 16 Kms from Budgam. The Tehsil to a large extent is surrounded by Tehsil Budgam and Tehsil Beerwa, and to smaller extent by Tehsil Khag and Tehsil Chadoora. The terrain is mostly hilly (Karewa) and the road communication somewhat difficult.

11.13 With the twin purpose of making the administration more responsive as also to enable the inhabitants of hither-to forlorn areas to reap the benefits of economic development, the State Government has in July, 2006 elevated Khan Sahib to Sub- Division status. The Demarcation Committee has been asked to fix the boundaries of this newly created Sub-Division.

11.14 The Committee had an extensive tour of Tehsils Budgam, Khan Sahib, Beerwa and Khag and had interaction with the residents, various interest groups and organizations, who represented either orally or in writing, as also with the legislators, District and Divisional Administration.

11.15 As a result of this exercise as also spot assessment the Committee is of the view that Sub-Division Khan Sahib can at best cover the existing Tehsil Khan Sahib only. As already stated, the road net-work in the area is not wide- spread and therefore accessibility with other towns is difficult. The immediate neighbours of Khan Sahib are
the four Tehsils mentioned at para 11.12. It will not be prudent, administratively or
otherwise, to include any one of these Tehsils with Khan Sahib Sub-Division for the

i. That any further division of Tehsil Budgam can be ruled out since such a
move will jeopardize the very viability of principal Tehsil of the District.

ii. Beerwa is itself a bigger Tehsil than Khan Sahib. Tehsil Beerwa is spread
over 107 revenue villages with 22 Patwar Halqas, 33 Panchayat Circles
having a population of 1,61,567 souls. Beerwa at the moment is just 20
Kms away from District Headquarter, whereas the distance between
Beerwa and Khan Sahib is 25 Kms. Even if hypothetically Beerwa is made
part of Khan Sahib Sub-Division, the distance between Beerwa and the
District Head quarter will be less than the distance between Beerwa and
the Sub-Divisional Headquarter. Added to it, the terrain, and the road network
as also the frequency of bus services in Beerwa area is comparatively
better than that in Khan Sahib.

iii. Tehsil Khag and Tehsil Chadoora have a very small portion of their
boundaries touching Tehsil Khan Sahib. In both these cases there is no
direct service between Khag and Khan Sahib or Chadoora and Khan
Sahib. The road distance between Khag and District Headquarter is much
less than what it is between Khag and Khan Sahib. For going from Khag
to Khan Sahib or vice-versa, one has to travel through Beerwa. Similarly
one has to take a longer and circuitous route from Chadoora, to reach
Khan Sahib, and in this case also District Headquarter is nearer than the
Sub-Divisional Headquarter.

11.16 Khan Sahib Sub-Division comprising only one Tehsil will not be some
thing new or unprecedented. We have had such situations in the past and present such as
Shopian, Tangdhar, Basohli, Billawar, Mahore, Reasi etc. The possibility of including
some other areas in this Sub-Division can be thought of at a later stage when road
connectivity improves.

11.17 The list of villages with Patwar Circles of Sub-Division Khan Sahib is at
Appendix XI-3 and the map is at Appendix XI-4.


S.No. Name of Patwar Halqas Name of Villages

1. B.K.Pora i. B.K.Pora
ii. Machoo
iii. Gund Chakpora
iv. Menganwaji
v. Chak No :- 1
vi. Shankerpora
vii. Kanipora Kalidar
2. Kralapora i. Kralapora
ii. Dharmbugh
iii. Nawshad
3. Rakh Shalina i. Rakh Shalina
ii. Shalina
iii. Samurbugh
iv. Bagh ShakoorShah
v. Seerbagh
vi. Zinipora
4. Pohroo i. Pohroo
ii. Gangipora
5. Nowgam i. Rakh Suthoo
ii. Suthoo Kathairbagh
6. Kenihama i. Kenihama
ii. Zangibagh
iii. Googibagh
iv. Wangipora
v. Chak No:-2
vi. Chakpora Kalan
vii. Dangerpora
viii. Chak Fatehdin
ix. Trazi Khud
7. Chadoora i. Chadoora
ii. Durabugh
iii. Doyan
iv. Reshipora Hamchipora
v. Aali pora
vi. Chak Chadura
8. Repora Namthal i. Repora Namthal
ii. Bachroo
iii. Bagi Buchru
iv. Panzan
v. Langa panzan
vi. Ganjibagh
9. Wathora i. Wathora
ii. Zalwah
iii. Gopalpora
10. Doulatpora i. Hussipora
ii. Doulatpora
iii. Awanpora
iv. Chak Damjoo Ganjoo
v. Qaisarmulla
11. Kanda i. Kanda
ii. Wadipora
iii. Kultreh
iv. Bahrampora
v. Brarigund
vi. Bagh Hyder
vii. Sanzipora
12. Wagoora i. Wagoora
ii. Kuthipora
iii. Suthsoo Kalan
13. Chattergam i. Chattergam
ii. Dooniwari
iii. Malikgund
iv. Zoonipora
14. Bugam Batpora i. Bugam Batpora
ii. Noubugh
iii. Kuzwera
iv. Gund Kuzwere
v. Gowharpora
15. Nagam i. Nagam
16. Hayatpora i. Hayatpora
ii. Wanpora Nagam
iii. Qazipora
iv. Daramshala Singan
v. Chak Mahanand joo Dhar
17. Ranger i. Ranger
ii. Wagam
iii. Chill Ichh
iv. Porwara
18. Hanjoora i. Hanjoora
ii. Zoohama Khandypora
iii. Patrigam
19. Kanir i. Kanir
ii. Hashroo
iii. Qanoongopora
20. Sogam i. Sogam
ii. Gund Maqsood
iii. Gund Wali
iv. Mahnoor
v. Kralwari
21. Badipora i. Badipora
ii. Kachloo
22. Yarikalan i. Yarikalan
ii. Hardoo Chatichakpora
iii. Gopal Saif
iv. Kathair Gund
v. Marbal
23. Dadaompora i. Dadaompora
ii. Shumnag
24. Gogjipathri i. Gogjipathri
ii. Laden
iii. Pahadipora
iv. Kutabal
25. Hafroo Batapora i. Hafroo Batapora
26. Branawar i. Branawar
ii. Bonen
27. Sursyar i. Sursyar
28. Nowpora i. Nowpora
ii. Banagund
iii. Shivpara
iv. Chowdhrigund
29. Nowhar i. Nowhar
ii. Khirigund
iii. Borwa
iv. Chanagund
30. Brinjan i. Brinjan
ii. Buzgoo
31. Watkaloo i. Watkaloo
ii. Loolipora
iii. Kanikoot
32. Chrarisharief i. Chrarisharief
ii. Gund Shamas
33. Pakharpora i. Pakharpora
ii. Mohandpora
iii. Manzgam
iv. Chraripora
v. Shankerpora
34. Hardudalwan Futlipora i. Hardudalwan Futlipora
35. Darwan Nowgam i. Darwan Nowgam
ii. Chalyan Chuntinar
iii. Branpathri
36. Tilsara i. Tilsara
ii. Karapora
37. Chrawni i. Chrawni
ii. Malapora Dardapora
iii. Chak Govindjoo Dhar
38. Budgam i. Budgam
ii. Khanapora
iii. Razwen
iv. Dardapora
v. Surad
39. Ompora i. Ompora
ii. Sebdan
iii. Sheighpora
iv. Doroo
40. Pallar i. Bodina
ii. Karipora
iii. Reshipora
iv. Pallar
v. Mirgund
vi. Chowdhrybagh
vii. Chak Kalikhan
41. Choon i. Choon
ii. Thokarpora
iii. Mamath
iv. Handjan
v. Kurhama
vi. Ratnipora
vii. Nagradkhah
viii. Huroo
42. Jahama i. Jahama
ii. Heewuder
iii. Mahwara
iv. Dunsinar
v. Labartal
vi. Chandapora
43. Narakara i. Narakara
ii. Wataduru Galwanpora
iii. Batahar
44. Bemina i. Bemina
ii. Hajibagh
iii. Hanjik
iv. Dandoosa
v. Sharifabad
45. Rawalpora i. Rangred
46. Karewa Damoodhar i. Karewa Damoodhar
ii. Wawoosa
47. Humhama i. Humhama
ii. Gogoo
iii. Namble Narkara
48. Sundipora i. Sundipora
ii. Tilanpora
iii. Bandaybagh
iv. Zazbugh
v. Gazargund
vi. Pathwaw
vii. Shogapora
49. Ichgam i. Ichgam
ii. Zorigund
iii. Harjigund
iv. Zooribagh
50. Ichkoot i. Ichkoot
ii. Sonargund
iii. Kargampalchati
iv. Munpapy
51. Gudsathoo i. Gudsathoo
ii. Lalgam
iii. Naroo
iv. Lalgund
v. Chitroo Dangerpora
vi. BaghiSahibram
52. Soibugh i. Soibugh
ii. Haripora Hurran
iii. Hakarmulla
iv. Gund Hanjik
53. Wadwan i. Wadwan
ii. Chatabugh
iii. Allowpora
iv. Sofipora
v. Shupribagh
vi. Shahpora
54. Nasrullahpora i. Nasrullahpora
ii. Payimus
iii. Warsangam
iv. Galwanpora
v. Rakhi Hakermulla
vi. Warpora
vii. Kadipora
viii. Takipora
ix. Dafpora
x. Kamhupora
55. Garindkalan i. Garindkalan
ii. Garindkhurd
iii. HarduBatpora
iv. Somhar
v. Nadvandpora
56. Dahrmuna i. Dahrmuna
ii. Rakh Arath
57. Arath i. Arath
ii. Gotaporta
58. Wahabpora i. Wahabpora
ii. Nadigam
iii. Chewa
iv. Checkwazirpanu
59. Sholipora i. Sholipora
ii. Parasabadpora
iii. Sarthpora
60. Jawalapora i. Kashtwar
ii. Jawalapora
iii. Hayatpora
iv. Gojra
v. Udroo
vi. Chak Gojra
61. Wantrwani i. Wantrwani
ii. Lakhripora
iii. Dadina
iv. Betabagh
v. Putlibagh
vi. Kakanmam
62. Falchal i. Falchal
ii. Nuner
iii. Babpora
iv. Braripora
v. Shuroo
vi. Hawura
vii. Nuchgam
viii. Shamsabad
63. Parnewa i. Parnewa
ii. Wager
iii. Harinoo
iv. Gundi Arjun
v. Kulbugh
64. Draiygam i. Draiygam
ii. Kremshore
iii. Nambalhar
iv. Banderpora
65. Arigam i. Arigam
ii. Bugroo
iii. Yagbugh
iv. Bagi Baqya
v. Madnoon Hanohar
vi. Rakh Ketch Razgir
vii. Narigund
66. Khanshaib i. Khanshaib
ii. Kalshipora
iii. Dorru
iv. Yarisuthru
67. Frastwar i. Frastwar
ii. Lanoora
iii. Shalinar
68. Gurwait Kalan i. Gurwait Kalan
ii. Lanilab
iii. GurwaitKhurd
69 Ratiyan i. Ratiyan
ii. Warted Dalbal
iii. Balpora
iv. Khaipora
v. Katich Razgir
70. Kachwari i. Kachwari
71. Yarikhah i. Yarikhah
ii. Soznipora
iii. Rayiar
iv. Rayiar Ich
v. Kralapthri
vi. Trajkhal
72. Dabipora i. Dabipora
ii. Mulnaroo
iii. Takyia Farooq Shah
iv. Kanoora
v. Fajipora
vi. Shanipora
vii. Khudpora
viii. Khipora
ix. Kharipora
73. Watrahil i. Watrahil
ii. Harduvail
iii. Brail
iv. Gundi Ali Nayik
74. Talpora i. Talpora
ii. Check Shera
iii. Bugchil
iv. Kachipuran
v. Batapora
vi. Sheik Wali pora
vii. Gotipora
viii. Goja Tahji
ix. Check Qadoos
75. Zoogo Kharian i. Zoogo Kharian
ii. Ringzabal
iii. Brass
iv. Chill
76. Rawalpora i. Rawalpora
ii. Kralnewa
iii. Wachoo
iv. Rakhi Wachoo
v. Peerpora
vi. Gundipanh
vii. Chratoo
viii. Gundi Shgoo Tiploo
77. Arizal i. Arizal
ii. Rakhai
iii. khud Rawatpora
iv. Dangerpora
v. Machipora
vi. Zampora
vii. Khospora
viii. Gutlipora
78. Qamroo i. Qamroo
ii. Waragam
iii. Hardu Panzoo
iv. Nandpora
79. Hukhlatri i. Hukhlatri
ii. Chak Hukhlatri
iii. Kulhama
iv. Gund Darvesh H.
v. Chanapora
vi. Gamgulla
vii. Chak Chanapora
80. Sitahran i. Sitahran
ii. Suchlipathri
iii. Khaipora
iv. Uddur Khud Lassipora
v. Chakarpora
vi. Lchamanpora
vii. Batapora Drang
81. Shunglipora i. Shunglipora
ii. Soginyarnar
iii. Kokerbagh
82. Iskanderpora i. Iskanderpora
ii. Ichhama
iii. Ramdar Checkpora
83. Hardusuresh i. Hardusuresh
ii. Nasserpora
iii. Panzyari
iv. Lokipora
v. Dalwash Khurd
vi. Pethsharan
84. Drang i. Drang
ii. Habber Dard Lassipora
iii. Chireharu
iv. Kangirpora
85. Hamchipora i. Hamchipora
ii. Poshkar
iii. Almang
iv. Trapay
v. Lawhipora
vi. Nagbal
86. Khag i. Khag
ii. Awanpora
iii. Abandar
87. Mallapora i. Mallapora Khag
ii. Khanpora
iii. Kanchtipora
iv. Khandipora
v. Zoogipora
vi. Rawatpora
vii. Khaja Gund
88. Aripanthan i. Peerpora
89. Pallpora i. Pallpora
ii. Badren
iii. Bamurda
90. Beerwah i. Beerwah
ii. Arwah
91. Rathsun i. Rathsun
ii. Ohangam
92. Chewdara i. Chewdara
ii. Wanihama
iii. Check Deewan
iv. Dragger
93. Aripanthan i. Aripanthan
ii. Kandhama
iii. Gamboora
94. Pethmakhama i. Pethmakhama
ii. Hanjibugh
iii. Paripora
95. Bonmakhama i. Bonmakhama
ii. Sehpora
iii. Radbugh
iv. Matipora
96. Hardu Mallapora i. Hardu Mallapora
ii. Malmachama
iii. Hanji Lawaypora
97. Bandgam ii. Bandgam
iii. Rasoo
iv. Watalpora
v. Panchas
98. Mulshul i. Mulshul
ii. Bonhama
iii. Charangam
iv. Daji Malik Gund
v. Nijloo
vi. Mamgund
vii. Punch Gund
99. Sanoor Kalipora i. Sanoor Kalipora
ii. Chirehar
iii. Harduwaminoo
iv. Aqilpora
v. Shipora
vi. LowherCheck
vii. Kantbagh
100. Sail i. Sail
ii. Pakherpora
iii. Kanigund
iv. Pethzanigam
v. Bonzanigam
vi. Machoon
vii. Hardu Latinoo
101. Sonpah i. Sonpah
ii. Najan
iii. Attian
iv. Pethkoot
v. Sholigund
102. Gondipora i. Gondipora
ii. Hayatpora
iii. Merpora
iv. Narwara
103. Utligam i. Utligam
ii. Basipora
iii. Bopet
iv. Sochin Bonet
v. Ranipora
vi. Gampora
vii. Saihama
viii. Mallapora
104. Kandoora i. Kandoora
ii. Chairkhun
iii. Larbal
iv. Rankipora
v. Uttrpora
vi. Dachan
vii. Ganjlalpora
viii. Alamgucho
ix. Pandupora
x. Zubgul
xi. Haranjguru
105. Pahrthan i. Pahrthan
ii. Lassipora
iii. Gundi Mumdar
iv. Check Parthan
v. Danas
vi. Check Dans
vii. Churmujru
viii. Chanthan Chekpora
ix. Sangrampora
106. Magam i. Magam
ii. Watmagam
iii. Adian
iv. Manigama
107. Batpora Kanihma i. Batpora Kanihma
ii. Chayer Gyon
iii. Roshnabad
iv Peth Kanihama
108. Soziethgoripora i. Soziethgoripora
ii. Narbal
iii. Yarigund
iv. Gundikhalil
v. Jawaherpora
109. Kawoosa Kahlisa i. Kawoosa Kahlisa
ii. Mazhama
iii. Gundi Karhama
iv. Nopora Payeen
110. Kawoosa Jagir i. Kawoosa Jagir
111. Lalpora i. Lalpora
ii. Goripora
iii. Nasoo
iv. Kalipora
v. Narsingpora
Total: 111 Patwar Halqas 496 Villages
S.No. Name of Patwar Halqas Name of Villages
1. Khansahib i. Khansahib
ii. Dooru
iii. Kalashipora
iv. Yarsatroo
2. Arigam i. Arigam
ii. Bugroo
iii. Yagbugh
iv. Narigund
v. Baghi Baqayat (Un-Inhabited)
vi. Madnoo Hanohar (Un-Inhabited)
vii. Rakhi Kh Razgeer (Un-Inhabited)
3. Rarithan i. Rarithan
ii. Kh Razgeer
iii. Khypora
iv. Balpora
v. Watred Dalbal
4. Frestwar i. Frestwar
ii. Shalnar
iii. Lanoora
5. Gurwaith Kalan i. Gurwait Kalan
ii. Guwaith Khurd
iii. Lanilab
6. Kachwari i. Kachwari
7. Yarikhah i. Yarikhah
ii. Soznipora
iii. Kralpathri
iv. Trajkhal
v. Raiyar Beerwah
vi. Raiyar Yech
8. Talpora i. Talpora
ii. Goojithaji
iii. Booghchil
iv. Batpora
v. Chekishera
vi. Kachiporan
vii. Shiekh Wadipora
viii. Chekiqadous
ix. Gotapora
9. Dabipora i. Dabipora
ii. Khudpora
iii. Fajipora
iv. Kharipora
v. Kharpora
vi. Kenora
vii. Mulnaroo
viii. TF Shah
ix. Shanipora
10. Dregam Khasipora i. Dregam
ii. Banderpora
iii. Kremshora
iv. Nambalhar
11. Parnewa i. Parnewa
ii. Wager
iii. Harnoo
iv. Kulbugh
v. Gundi Argun
12. Falchal i. Lattar Chadoora Shamasabad
ii. Shuroo
iii. Nuchgam
iv. Nunar
v. Falchal
vi. Havoora
vii. Baripora
viii. Babapora
13. Waterhail i. Waterhail
ii. Gundi Ali Naik
iii. Hardvail
iv. Brail
14. Rawalpora i. Gundi Shogah Taploo
ii. Wachoo
iii. Rakhi Wachoo
iv. Kralineva
v. Rawalpora
vi. Peerpora Saifullah
vii. Chrutroo
viii. Gundi Panah
15. Arizal i. Arizal
ii. Rehkayee
iii. Zampora
iv. Gutlipora
v. Lachipora
vi. Khud Rawatpora
vii. Dangerpora
viii. Khospora
16. Qumroo i. Qamroo
ii. Hardu Panzoo
iii. Waragam
iv. Nandpora
17. Zagoo Kharin i. Zagoo Kharin
ii. Chill
iii. Brass
iv. Rengzabal
18. Hukhlatree i. Hukhlatree
ii. Cheki Huklatree
iii. Chanpora
iv. Cheki Chanpora
v. Gundi Darvesh Harivanen
vi. Gam Gula
vii. Kulhama
Total 18 Patwar Halqas 99 Villages

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