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    The famous Malakand Pass, Near Dargai, KPK

    MALAKAND PASS, a mountain pass in the North-West Province of India, connecting the British district of Peshawar with the Swat Valley. It is now a military post and the headquarters of a political agency. It came into prominence for the first time in 1893 during the Chitral campaign, when 7000 Pathans held it against Sir Robert Low's advance but were easily routed. After the campaign was over a fortified camp was formed on the Malakand to guard the road to Chitral. During the frontier risings of 1897 the Swatis made a determined attack on the Malakand, where 700 were killed, and on the adjacent post of Chakdara, where 2000 were killed. This was the origin of the Malakand Expedition of the same year. (See SWAT.)


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    Address: Malakand Pass, Malakand, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa