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Districts of Gilgit–Baltistan

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Up to 2019 there were ten districts in Gilgit–Baltistan, four in Baltistan Division, four in Gilgit Division and two in Diamer Division.[1] The number rose from seven to ten in 2016 after the addition of 2 districts in Baltistan Valley and the bifurcation of the Hunza-Nagar district.[2][3] Each district is further divided into tehsils and union councils.

In 2019, Darel, Tangir, Gupis–Yasin and Roundu were erected into new districts.[4]


Districts of Gilgit-Balistan, 2019
Districts of Gilgit-Balistan, 2019
No. District Capital Area (km²) Population (1998)
1 Ghanche Khaplu 6,400 88,366
2 Skardu Skardu 15,000 (perhaps including next three) 214,848 (perhaps including next three)
3 Shigar Shigar 8,500 109,000
4 Kharmang Tolti 5,500 approx. 20,000 households[5]
5 Roundu Dambudas
6 Ghizer Gahkuch 9,635 (perhaps including the next) 120,218 (perhaps including the next)
7 Gupis–Yasin
8 Gilgit Gilgit 3,800 243,324
9 Hunza Aliabad 10,700
10 Nagar Nagar 5,000
11 Astore Eidghah 8,657 71,666
12 Diamer Chilas 10,936 (perhaps including the next two) 131,925 (perhaps including the next two)
13 Darel
14 Tangir


  1. ^ Gilgit-Baltistan divided into three divisions, The Express Tribune, 1 February 2012.
  2. ^ "Dividing governance: Three new districts notified in G-B - The Express Tribune". The Express Tribune. Retrieved 2016-04-07.
  3. ^ "Hunza, Nagar to be given district level statuses: PM Nawaz | Pakistan | Dunya News". Retrieved 2016-04-07.
  4. ^ "GB cabinet decides to upgrade Dareal, Tangir,Gupis Yasin and Roundu as districts". Radio Pakistan. 20 April 2019. Retrieved 19 June 2019.
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-11-24. Retrieved 2015-12-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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