• 1309

    Inauguration of Clean and Green Pakistan Drive in Lakki Marwat.

  • 1333

    10-Days Cleanliness at District Lakki Marwat.

  • 1332

    10-Days Cleanliness Drive at District Lakki Marwat

  • 1331

    On the Directions of DC LM, AAC-I Observed the early Dawn Auction of Vegetables and Fruits at the Market.

  • 1301

    Walk for Clean and Green Pakistan At District Lakki Marwat

  • 1303

    Say No To Drugs

  • 1336

    Following the directives of Deputy Commissioner Lakki Marwat Jehangir Azam Wazir, the local administration arranged a roadside Ramazan Dastarkhawn along Kurrum Bridge on Indus Highway at Landiwah chowk for poor and needy People.

  • 1334

    Anti Dengue Campaign by DC LM

  • 1304

    Drug Free Lakki Marwat

  • 1335

    AC LM carried out ful fledged operation against permanent encroachments.

  • 1302

    District Administration Launched Anti Drug Campaign District Lakki Marwat

  • 1294

    DC LM Jehangir Azam Wazir covered Polio refusals at TSD Bettani.

  • 1308

    AAC (Rev) Inspected various Shops of District Lakki Marwat.

  • 1310

    DC Lakki Marwat Kicked off enrollment drive by signing admission forms of several children aging five years.

  • 1295
  • 1118

    District Administration Inspections.

Jehangir Azam Wazir

Deputy Commissioner Lakki Marwat

Deputy Commissioner Message

Accountable government policies and effective public participation guarantees the development of a nation. Knowledge of the rights and duties ensures better services delivery at the gross-root level. The success of the plans and policies and the availability of the public and social services rest upon the effective coordination among the government functionaries, public representative and the masses at large.
District Administration is committed to make government a service to the citizen, taking all steps for the prosperity and development of the district. Making government machinery more responsive to the public needs and aspiration has been objective of the Administration.

District Nazim Message


I am thankful to all the people of District Lakki Marwat who have confident on me and elected and selected me as District Nazim.I will use my all the energies for the benefit of general public and provide all sorts of facilites/services as per available resources. Provision of Health and Education facilites to the general public is my top priority.However, as per Section 13 of the Local Government Act, 2013, I request to all the devolved department to discharge their duties in their framework and exercise control in operation, management of offices of the deparmtents in the district so that easy justice and serivces is provided to the people of the district.

Iqbal Hussain

A Short History of Lakki Marwat

Lakki Marwat (Pashto/Urdu: لکی مروت) is one of the Southern Districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan. It was created as an administrative district on July 1, 1992, prior to which it was a Tehsil of Bannu District.
Lakki was first called by the name of “Thal Daman”, which means an open sandy plain. The first evidence of civilization in the plains of Thal Daman and the spread of Islam in Bannu is indicated by the graves of Ashaab on the left bank of the Kurram River.There are different Stories about the name of Lakki Marwat.
One story says that long ago a battel was fought between the Marwat tribe and Wazir and Marwat tribe started to unite an army. The army was huge enough that people say almost 1 Lac Marwat. Then the word “Lac” become Lakki therefore, it is called Lakki Marwat.
Third theory about lakki marwat:
In Afghanistan a tribe was living in about 1556 the name of the tribe is marwat tribe,during the Akbar-e-Azam Lord time about 1556-1605
Another story links this name to one Lakki Ram or Lukko Ram, a Hindu trader who is considered to be the original founder of this town. Yet another source claims that the town was initially known as Ihsan Pur.
The second part of the District’s name comes from the warrior tribe of Marwat who has inhabited the entire area for several centuries.
Lakki derives from Pali language which is equivalent of Laksmi, goddess of beauty and fortune. The last part of its name is emarta’watta means source of elixir. Over time it changed to Marwat. It is a metaphor for the Gambila River.

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