Dande Darpakhel

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Dande Darpakhel
Dande Darpakhel is located in FATA
Dande Darpakhel
Dande Darpakhel
Dande Darpakhel is located in Pakistan
Dande Darpakhel
Dande Darpakhel
Coordinates: 32°59′18″N 70°3′5″E / 32.98833°N 70.05139°E / 32.98833; 70.05139Coordinates: 32°59′18″N 70°3′5″E / 32.98833°N 70.05139°E / 32.98833; 70.05139
Country  Pakistan
Territory Federally Administered Tribal Areas
District North Waziristan
Tehsil Miran Shah
Population
 • Total 0
Time zone UTC+5 (PST)

Dande Darpakhel is a village in North Waziristan in Pakistan. It is a suburb of Miranshah.

The village has been the target of a number of US drone strikes, one of which, in November 2013, killed the emir of Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, Hakimullah Mehsud.[2]

As of the 2017 Census of Pakistan, Dande Darpakhel has 0 inhabitants.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b "POPULATION AND HOUSEHOLD DETAIL FROM BLOCK TO DISTRICT LEVEL: FATA (NORTH WAZIRISTAN)" (PDF). www.pbscensus.gov.pk. 2018-01-03. Retrieved 2018-04-02.
  2. ^ Drone strike in Pakistan kills head of Pakistan Taliban


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