Bagnotar

union council in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Bagnotar is a Union Council of Abbottabad District in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.[2] Bagnator is on Abbottabad-Nathia Gali Road, 16 Kilometres away from Abbottabad city.

Bagnotar
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Coordinates: 34°7′0″N 73°19′59″E / 34.11667°N 73.33306°E / 34.11667; 73.33306Coordinates: 34°7′0″N 73°19′59″E / 34.11667°N 73.33306°E / 34.11667; 73.33306[1]
CountryPakistan
ProvinceKhyber Pakhtunkhwa
DistrictAbbottabad
TehsilAbbottabad
Government
 • Member District CouncilSardar Saeed Anwer
 • Member Tehsil CouncilSardar Shuja Ahmed
Population
 • Total13,500

LocationEdit

The Union Council Bagnotar is in central part of Abbottabad District in south-east of Abbottabad city[1] - capital city of the district. Bagnotar is next to following union councils, to the north by Sarbhana, to the east and to the south by Namli Maira, and to the west by Bagh.

SubdivisionsEdit

 
Subdivisions of Bagnotar.

Union Council Bagnotar is divided into three subdivisions:

  • Village Council Bagnotar

Chairman Sardar Muhammad Dilnawaz.

  • Village Council Bandi Maira

Chairman Muhammad Jamil Abbasi.

  • Village Council Chahan

Chairman Malik Iqbal Awan.

District Council Member: Sardar Saeed Anwar.

Tehsil Council Member: Sardar Shuja Ahmed.

updated by Muhammad Sajjad Jadoon Bagnotar.

Schools in BagnotarEdit

Village Council BagnotarEdit

  • Government Boys Higher Secondary School Bagnotar
  • Government Girls High School Bagnotar
  • Government Primary School Bagnotar
  • Government Primary School Khurri Banda Bagnotar
  • Government Primary School Gulaga Bagnotar
  • Government Primary School Seri, Bagnotar
  • Government Primary School Gaiya Bagnotar

Village Council Bandi MairaEdit

  • Government Primary School Riyan Tareeda

Village Council ChahanEdit

  • Government Primary School Chahan, Bandi Maira

VegetationEdit

The vegetation in Bagnotar is naturally grown. Both coniferous and deciduous species are present on a large area of the whole union council. The notable species are Pinus wallichiana, Pinus roxburghii, Cedrus deodara, Taxus baccata, Diospyrus lotus, Salix tetrasperma, Quercus dilatata, Morus elba, Aesculus indica.

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