sardar M naeem Khan
sardar M naeem Khan is located in Pakistan
sardar M naeem Khan
Coordinates: 34°05′50″N 73°40′50″E / 34.09722°N 73.68056°E / 34.09722; 73.68056Coordinates: 34°05′50″N 73°40′50″E / 34.09722°N 73.68056°E / 34.09722; 73.68056
Country  Pakistan
Province Azad Kashmir
Time zone PST (UTC+5)

Mallot is a town in Bagh District, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. It is situated 17 km north west from Bagh city and to the east of Dhirkot. As well as its scenery the area is known for its historic background.[1]



The people of Mallot belong to various tribes, such as Sudhun, Mughal, Khakha, Narma, Taziyal Rajpooth, Qurashi, Hashmi and Dhund Abbasi. Mallot is one of the places in Azad Kashmir where all the major tribes are living since long.


Mallot is also the centre point for four Union Councils, namely union council Thub Union council Mallot, union council Jaglari and union council Rangla. Sarmandel is located in the north west of Mallot. It has 95% literacy rate, which make it the prominent village of District Bagh.


Mallot is well connected with major roads, it's connected with the Main Rawalpindi-Bagh road via Jaglari Namanpora, from the south west it’s connected via Harigal, from the west it’s connected via Challa, from north west it’s connected via Bisbagla Dhirkot, from north east it’s connected via Thob, Panili road. for north west it is connected to the Rangla rangla. Rangla is beautiful town of Bagh.


There is one girls inter college and one boys inter science college and some private schools. In addition many primary and middle schools for both boys and girls are also available in the surrounding villages.There is one private degree collage,and three high schools.


There is one Special Communication Organization's digital exchange which is providing the communication facilities to surrounding villages through landlines and also some major private companies boosters are functioning in the area.


There are very few jobs available within Mallot, number of people are occupying the services in Government of Azad Kashmir and Pakistan, some join Pakistan Army and reasonable personnel are doing their own business all over the Pakistan. People of this region play volley ball and cricket.

Earthquake of 2005

Mallot and its surrounding towns were totally destroyed from the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, hundreds of people were killed or injured by this quake. 100% population was left homeless. Most of the houses have been reconstructed though with the help of the Governments of Pakistan, Azad Kashmir and local/ International NGOs.

Cuba, along with other countries provided medical assistance to the population. People are very generous and helpful in this area.

During the earthquake rehabilitation phase Mallot was major place for the Pak Army and other NGOs for their rescue and other operations due to its unique location. A President award was given to a Mallot resident Mr. Sayyad Ahmed Khan, Principal of Sahara Children Academy Mallot, on his outstanding performance despite that he himself suffered with earthquake. He has also written a Book Subhe-October Ke Un-Mitt Naqoosh in which the Disastrous moments of the earthquake of 8 October 2005, are mentioned as he saw them. In addition two more books were written by Mallot residents, first by Sardar Abdul Aziz Khan (Hamalyah Ke Damin Myn Subha Qyimt) and a second one written by Obaid Ahmed Chughtai (Hamalyah Ka Kanptha Damin). These books also possess the photographs after the disaster that self speak about that worst incident. These books also includes an acknowledgement and dedication of Pak. army, NGO's, civil society, NATO Forces and the international community. The literacy rate in area is about 80%.

A monument was constructed near Boys College Mallot in the remembrance of earthquake victims, with the help of Pak Army. The names of all those personnel who were died with earthquake in the area are displayed on the monument.


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