Tehsil Municipal Administration Mianwali
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
History

Mianwali derives its name from a local saint. Main Ali who had a small hamlet in the 16th century which came to be called Mianwali after his name. The area is formerly known as Kachachi, and was a part of Bannu district. Its boundaries connect with Attock chakwal and Khushab districts. The Indus River flows placidly through the TMA Mianwali.
Mianwali, a city of over one hundred thousand population, is the head quarters of the district. It has been spreading rapidly on all sides and several new settlements, including the Muslim colony, a satellite town of considerable importance, have come into existence during the last 17 years. It is the biggest commercial centre of the district and grain market of modest population. The climate is hot and dry in summer and bleak in winter. The average rainfall is about 254 millimeters per annum. The city is electrified and may well boost of a water supply system and health and educational facilities.
 

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