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Shoukatabad

Shoukatabad
Town and union council
Country Pakistan
Region Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa
District Mansehra District
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Shoukatabad (alternative spelling Shaukat Abad) is a Union Council of Mansehra District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.[1] It is located to the north-west of the district capital Mansehra.[2]

Notable people

  • Major shaukat khan (martyred in Punjab in 1971 war with India Shaukatabad is named after him)
  • Haji Akbar Khan Jagirdar of jagir gidharpur (owner of 90 villages and forest range)
  • Haji Ali Gohar Khan (First MLA, NWFP. Was awarded the title of Sir Syed of Hazara)
  • Ahmad Khan (first matriculate of Hazara Division in 1886 British government officer martyred in masjid while offering isha. President of anjuman islamia pakhli)
  • Muhammad Ghafoor Khan (Member Federal Public Services Commission)
  • Muhammad Yaqub Khan (Secretary B&R. NWFP)
  • Muhammad Daud Khan (Justice Peshawar High Court)
  • Col. Rtd Aftab S. Ahmad (Chief Psychologist Pakistan Army)
  • Col. Rtd Salahuddin (51 medium)
  • Col. Rtd M.Khalid Khan (10 Punjab)(Khan of Sherpur)
  • Allauddin Khan (Nazim)
  • Engineer Ziauddin (Chief Engineer Public Health)
  • Major Junaid Salahuddin Swati (51 medium)

References

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