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Man is a social creature. He is unable to dissociate himself completely from others and live in isolation and seclusion. He is also unable to live in complete harmony with others, since each person has his own particular ideas, qualities, and conduct. to which his nature inclines, which characterize him without anyone else sharing them either partly or wholly. If man is unable to live alone and remain in absolute solitariness, nor able to live in complete harmony with others, then differences will undoubtedly appear between individuals and groups. There will be strife between them and disputes will take place about particular interests, with each one having an eye out for his own interests. The noble Qur'anic verses testify to this. As regards the first point, i.e., man's nature as a social creature, it is indicated by the statement of God, the Exalted: “O mankind, We have created you male and female, and appointed you races and tribes, that you may know one another”. (49:13)
We have to strive to promote a culture of justice, peace, merit, principle, truth, tolerance and sacrifice if we wish to handover a better Pakistan to the next generation. Dispensing justice is indeed an uphill task. We are committed to perform this duty with the able assistance of the Bar under the guidance of honourable Chief Justice, but it is only possible with the blessings of Allah Almighty. I pray to Allah Almighty to shower His blessings not only on my team, my staff and myself, but also on every one touched by this tremendous responsibility. Ameen
District Karak is a district in Kohat Division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan. It is situated to the south of Kohat District and on the north side of Bannu and Lakki Marwat districts on the main Indus Highway between Peshawar and Karachi – it is 131 km from the provincial capital Peshawar. It gained a district status in 1982, prior to which it was part of Kohat District.
It is natively inhabited by the Khattak Pashtun tribe who make the majority of the population.
At the time of the 2017 census the district had a population of 705,362, of which 348,315 were males and 357,004 females. Rural population was 654,276 (92.76%) while the urban population was 51,086 (7.24%). The literacy rate was 63.75% - the male literacy rate was 84.37% while the female literacy rate was 44.41%. 285 people in the district were from religious minorities. Pashto was the predominant language, spoken by 99.16% of the population.
There are several natural resources that have been discovered in Karak. The salt mines were well known in antiquity and a major source of salt for the Indian subcontinent into British imperial times. More recently oil, gas, and uranium have all been discovered. Oil and gas reservoirs have been found in the towns of Makori, Noshpa Banda, Gurguri and Lachi circle.
Oil and gas reservoirs explored in Karak district are producing 7000 barrels of oil and 2500 cubic feet gas on a daily basis which is a record production from one oil well in the country.The oil and gas reservoirs at Noshapa Banda in district Karak are generating millions of rupees revenue daily. District Karak is blessed with mineral resources and many national and international companies and OGDCL are busy in oil and gas exploration in different areas of the district. Vast reservoirs of oil and gas have been explored in Gurguri and Noshpa Banda areas of the district so far whereas exploration is under way in other areas.
According to a serve conducted by International Nuclear Information System where Fission Track Technique has been applied for the estimation of uranium in 30 drinking water sources of Tehsil Takht-e-Nasrati ,Shnawa Gudi khill and District Karak, Kpk, Pakistan. These samples have mean, minimum and maximum concentration of uranium of 13.45 +- 3.207, 1.07 +- 0.6, 84.23 +- 15.63 micro g l/sup -1/, respectively. The significant finding was the observation of very high level of uranium in drinking water sources obtained from uranium rich bedrocks than the safe limit of WHO (15 micro g l/sup -1/) for human consumption. On the basis of this study, it was concluded that the origin of uranium is potentially due to one of the Asia richest mineral deposit of uranium in Karak, Pakistan. The results could be of vital concern in diagnosis and prognosis of uranium induced disease in the local population under investigation.
Representation in Assemblies:
Member of Provincial Assembly
Mian Nisar Gul Kakakhel
The district of Karak is administratively subdivided into three Tehsils. Shortly after Annexation by British in 1849 Kohat was District with Three Tehsils, Kohat, Hangu and Teri tehsil. Hangu and Teri tehsils was granted to khan on lease. Teri tehsil was subdivided into tappas (equal to today Union council) under Tapedars and Villages under following Khans: Teri, Chakhtu, Jandri, Dam Kalla, Kabir kalla , Ghundi Shabaz khan , Ghundi Mir Khan Khel, Methakhel, and one village in Thal . 
• Banda Daud Shah
• Bahadur Khel
• Jatta Ismail Khel
• Mianki Banda
• Mitha Khel
• Nari Panoos
• Siraj Khel