|• District Commissioner||Shafi ullah|
|• Total||1,865 km2 (720 sq mi)|
|• Density||480/km2 (1,200/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
|Number of tehsils||4|
|Number of Union Councils||27|
Buner District (Pashto: د بونیر ولسوالی) is a district of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Before becoming a district in 1991, it was a tehsil within Swat District.:1 The predominant language is Pashto, which is spoken natively by 96.6% of the population.:33
The Buner Valley lies on the Peshawar valley border of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is a small mountain valley, dotted with villages and divided into four sub-divisions. The Mora Hills and the Ilam range divide it from the Swat Valley, the Sinawar range from Yusafzai, the Guru mountains from the Mardan Valley, and the Duma range from the Puran Valley. During the 19th century the inhabitants rose twice against the British, but submitted in 1897.
In April 2009, the Taliban seized control of Buner, after a brief battle with local residents. Strict rules were reportedly being enforced, including the elimination of video stores, bans on cutting beards, and the prevention of women from appearing in many public places. On 29 April the government responded to the Taliban by sending the army to the region and dropping parachutists by helicopter. By the end of May 2009, almost all of Buner was cleared of the Taliban.
There was no public or private sector university in Buner till 2017. The first public sector university, University of Buner was founded in 2017, There are many other public and private sector university campuses in Buner now, Abdul Wali Khan University, Government Degree College Daggar and many other.
Buner District is currently subdivided into 6 Tehsils.
|2002||Sher Akbar Khan||PPP (S)|
|2013||Sher Akbar Khan||JI|
|PK-77 (Buner-I)||Sardar Hussain Babak||ANP|
|PK-78 (Buner-II)||Haji Habib Ur Rahman||Jamaat-e-Islami|
|PK-79 (Buner-III)||Mufti Fazal Ghafoor||JUI|
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