Constituent PartsEdit

Pakistan comprises (to quote the constitution):

  1. The Provinces of
    1. Baluchistan
    2. Khyber Pakhtunkhawa
    3. Punjab
    4. Sind;
  2. The Islamabad,;
  3. Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) (like Waziristan, North Waziristan, etc.)
  4. Gilgit Baltistan

History of the Structure of PakistanEdit

At IndependenceEdit

"One Unit"Edit

After the Separation of East Pakistan and Establishment of BangladeshEdit

See #Constituent Parts above

Proposed RestructuringEdit


There is often talk of the need to re-structure Pakistan, a nation (as of 2006) of almost 150 million people, into more than 4 or 5 administrative parts. This section tries to bring together the general arguments for and against creating more administrative regions and then the proposed changes and their pros and cons.

General Pros of Creating More ProvincesEdit

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General Cons of Creating More ProvincesEdit

Proposal 1Edit




Proposal 2Edit




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