Dadyal is a city in Azad Kashmir in Pakistan. It is situated at 65 km from the district capital of Mirpur and is connected to it by the Mirpur– Dadyal national Highway. Dadyal is 70 km away from Rawalpindi and Islamabad, and 55 km from Kotli.
Dadyal is highly populated. The main neighbourhoods include Arajattan, Kashmiri Mohalla, Fawad Town, Muslim Town, Mohra Malkan, Rajpoot Mohalla, Amb, New Jagal Katcheri Chowk, MDA P-1, MDA P-2, Bhalot, Mandi, Yousafabad, and Jaffarab. The main sector of city, Arrajattan, is situated on Stadium Road, Thana Road, and the Inner City Bypass. Bhalot is the largest neighbourhood in area and population. Jaffarabad is a modern part of city with high rise buildings and high standard of living. The main commercial hubs of Dadyal are Main Bazaar Dadyal , Anarkali Bazzar, Katcheri Road Bazaar, and Bhalot Bazaar.
Dadyal has a good network of educational institutes from very low grade to degree level education. Public and private institutes are present. The city is famous in adjoining districts due to its large shopping malls, plazas, markets, hotels, and restaurants.
Dadyal has an international 5-a-side football team dedicated to the glory of the city. It currently plays on the hallowed turf of Goals, Star City, Birmingham - in an area of Birmingham with a high population of ex-pat Dadyalis. Established in 2007, the Dadyali Dice Rollers have been committed to winning silverware for their hometown of Dadyal and after 16 seasons, on April 3rd 2017, a historic moment was achievement as the Dice Rollers won the Monday evening Division 1 league, winning every game and scoring over 100 goals. Manager, Chaudry Saqib Noor dedicated the victory to the hard working people of the city, and prayed corruption would come to an end.
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