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A warm welcome to the City of flowers. The Deputy Commissioner of Charsadda is making efforts in providing cutting-edge and fringe development and social prospects including tranquil lifestyle, better sanitation, recreational spaces, health, transportation, improvement of local economy and preservation of indigenous heritage remain core priorities of the district government. I strongly believe in a direct citizens participation in decision-making with particular focus on youth who produce innovative ideas which are crucial for achieving these benchmarks. Nature has bestowed Charsadda with numerous potentials while this office will make every effort in collaboration with the provincial government to provide an enabling environment for taping the resources, investment and facilitation of business to improve the local economy.
I as Deputy Commissioner will leave no stone unturned in achieving goals of the District Government in a way that serves the citizens in a most accomplished fashion.
Charsadda (Pashto: چارسده ) is a town and headquarters of Charsadda District, in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Located in the Valley of Peshawar, Charsadda lies about 29 kilometres (18 mi) from the provincial capital of Peshawar at an altitude of 276 metres (906 ft). The total area of Charsadda District measures about 996 square Km. The district is geographically organized into two primary parts: Hashtnagar (Pashto: Ashnaghar) and Do Aaba (Pashto: Duaba). The city hosts the ruins of what was once the ancient Gandharan capital city of Pushkalavati (meaning Lotus City in Sanskrit), and home of the Sanskrit grammarian Pāṇini. Charsadda, Tangi and Shabqadar are three Tehsils of the district.