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Dalwal is located in Pakistan
Location in Pakistan
Coordinates: 32°42′0″N 72°53′0″E / 32.70000°N 72.88333°E / 32.70000; 72.88333Coordinates: 32°42′0″N 72°53′0″E / 32.70000°N 72.88333°E / 32.70000; 72.88333
Country Pakistan
Province Punjab
District Chakwal District
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
 • Summer (DST) +6 (UTC)

Dalwal (Urdu: ڈلوال‎) is a village and union council, an administrative subdivision, of Chakwal District in the Punjab Province of Pakistan, it is part of Choa Saidan Shah Tehsil[1] and is located at 32°42'0N 72°52'60E[2]

Its very old village which is linked with Raja Daulta Khan. The majority of the population are Janjua, Rajputs, Awan, with a minority of Minhas and Bhatti.

Dalwal is predominantly Muslim with small Christian minority.

The Mission High School was established in 1900 by Christian. It was the only one in Chakwal District before the independence of Pakistan, started by Franciscan priests. It was nationalized 1972 and in 2000 it was denationalized and given back to the Catholics.



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