Toba Tek Singh Tehsil - History

History

The original Toba Tek Singh Tehsil was formed in 1900, then part of Jhang District, with Toba Tek Singh as its capital. In 1930 it became a district subdivision, in 1982 it became a district, the current Toba Tek Singh Tehsil is a subdivision of this district.

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