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Khwaja Hijran District

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Khwaja Hijran District

Khwaja Hijran
(Jelga Nahrin)
The location of the province of Baghlan as shown within the map of Afghanistan
Baghlan province in Afghanistan
The location of the Khwaja Hijran district as shown within the map of Afghanistan
Khwaja Hijran
(Jelga Nahrin)
Location in Afghanistan
Country Afghanistan
Province Baghlan
Population (2011)[1][2]
 • Total 22,800
ISO 3166 code AF-BL-KW
Languages Dari Persian

Khwaja Hijran is a district in the Baghlan Province of Afghanistan. The district was created in 2005 from part of Andarab District. The name of the district has already been changed and its new one is Jalga. It has a population of about 23,000 (52% male and 48% female),[1][2] and its main village is Pansíri.


  1. ^ a b Qarib, Zafar. "Afghanistan CSO population data 1390 (2011 - 12)" (PDF). USAID/AEAI/AEIC. p. 13. 
  2. ^ a b "Province of Baghlan – A Socio-Econom ic and Demographic Profile – Household Listing—2003" (PDF). 2003. 

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