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Thus ethnic, tribal and caste-based divisions are evident in the region and people are known by their tribal affiliations which when over expressed can be counter productive.However with increasing literacy and media, trends are changing and people are deviating from the orthodoxy.Area of Mianwali City is about 25 square kilometers.There is a pre-partition central jail which is notorious for imprisoning many state rebels and politicians such as Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.The population of Mianwali according to the 1901 census of India was 3,591 In November 1901, the North-West Frontier Province was carved out of Punjab and the towns of Mianwali, Isa Khel, Kalabagh, and Kundian were separated from Bannu District (Bannu became part of NWFP) and hence a new district was made with the headquarters in Mianwali city and placed in Punjab. There were four tehsils namely Mianwali, Isa Khel, Bhakkar, and Layyah.Layyah was included in the Muzaffargarh District in 1909.There exist the accounts that Marwats and Niazis battled near the banks of Kurram River and Niazis had to leave the land and take refuge at “Tarna” (nowadays called Isakhel)[3].However Niazis were able to establish themselves at trans-indus village of Isakhel which at that time was inhabited by the pastoral Jats and Awans.

The Balkassar interchange connects Mianwali to the M2 motorway.In November 1901, North West Frontier Province was carved out of Punjab and present day towns of Mianwali, Isa Khel, Kalabagh, and Kundian were separated from Bannu District (NWFP)and hence a new district was made with the headquarters in Mianwali city and placed in Punjab.The municipal committee was made in December 1903 and remained operational since then until the introduction of Tehsil Municipal Administration system.The railways were a part of the now obsolete “North Western Railways” (NWR), which was operational during British colonial rule in the subcontinent.After the partition of India in 1947 it was renamed “Pakistan Western Railways” and was again renamed after December 1971 as Pakistan Railways.

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