Dina Tehsil is an administrative subdivision (tehsil) of Jhelum District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city of Dina is the headquarters of the tehsil. Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan is a rapidly expanding commercial town. It is about 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Jhelum City, where there is a junction with the road to the Mangla Dam and Rohtas Fort.

Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan
Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan

Places:-

The historic Grand Trunk Road passes through the Centre of the town. A small industry exists in the city including wood industry, iron industry and marble industry outside from the city. The main source of income of residents of city is foreign income. As a large number of citizens of city are settled in abroad. It is estimated that about 60 percent of people are in foreign countries. Second main source of income is jobs in Pakistan Military. The source of income in surrounding villages is agriculture. Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan.

Villages:-

There are several villages in Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan like: , Afghanabad, Ayub Abad, Bara gurma, Burha jungle sharif, Baghaan, Boharian, Chak Abdul Khaliq, Chak Akah, Chahmala, Channi Gujran, Chakyam etc

Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan
Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan

Union Consils:-

The town is divided into 2 Union councils, UC 23 and UC 24. UC-23 consist of eastern side of Mangla road till Hadali and also Mohalla Muftian. UC-24 consists of western side of Mangla Road and Domeli mohalla. Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan.

History:-

Dina is named after a saint Baba Dina Shaeed whose tomb lies near GT road in the Domeli Mohalla. There were hindus and Sikhs before the partition. It has a railway and police station as well. It is gate of Kashmir and there two colleges and two higher secondary schools in the city. Its complete history may be found in the book ” Tareekh e Jhelum” By Mourakh E Jhelum Anjum Sultan Shahbaz. 

In 1977, a municipal committee were established at Dina, but the town’s status was changed to an administrative subdivision or tehsil of Jhelum District. TMA is working as administrator. Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan

Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan
Dina Tehsil Jhelum District Punjab province of Pakistan

Education in Dina:

This city has large number of students come from surrounding villages. There are a number of primary, secondary and higher secondary schools, College and Academies established from both government and private sector. 

Tribes:-

The Jatts also known as Jatoi great Baloch tribes have the main control over the political activities and they occupy the maximum land of Dina city. The Mughals (a vital tribe), are also settle here in a large number. They are doing Government Jobs, Business and Jobs in overseas. (after descending of Mughal state they came here from different parts of Mughal Sultanat, Kashmir and Afghanistan)and main population of Sheikh The principal tribes are sarwani, Mughals, Jatts, Gujjars, Butts, Awan, Bhatti, Chauhans & Janjua Rajputs. Kashmiri based tribes are also settled due to close proximity with Mirpur.

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