District Nazim Peshawar

Muhammad Asim Khan

District Nazim Peshawar

Muhammad Asim Khan is a young political worker who belongs to a noble and affluent family of Deh Bahader, a suburb of Peshawar.

Message From Nazim City District Government Peshawar

A warm welcome to the City of flowers. The City District Government of Peshawar is making efforts to providing cutting-edge and fringe development and social prospects including tranquil Metropolitan lifestyle, better sanitation, recreational spaces, health, transportation, improvement of local economy and preservation of indigenous heritage remain core priorities of the City 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 and this is what the City District Government aims to foster. Nature has bestowed Peshawar with numerous potential 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 Nazim will leave no stone unturned in achieving goals of the City Government in a way it serve the citizens in a most accomplished fashion.

Director General City District Government

Mian Shafiq Rehman

Director General City District Government Peshawar

Message From Director General City District Government Peshawar

Dear Brothers and Sisters!
The City District Government is the custodian of Peshawar’s heritage, identity and public services aimed at serving citizens at its absolute best. The directorate of City District Government has made significant achievements in the recent past under the auspicious headship of Mayor Asim Khan as per the vision envisaged by the provincial government putting a broader impact on the lifestyle, local economy and resilience. The City government is committed to tap its resources and potential in making lives better, citizens to have smart options, improvement of local economy, leisure and better urban mobility.
Peshawar is proud to hold prominent structures of utter importance from cultural, educational and heritage perspectives while the City Government is investing on preservation and maintenance of such structures towards their old grace.
Cities globally are going smart through introducing cutting edge and integrated solutions to service delivery and citizens’ feedback. The concept of smart city solutions develops on the pervasive use of information technology in Urban environments to provide citizens with essential services. Keeping in view the importance of the above, the City District Government Peshawar is launching “Smart Peshawar” aimed at smart sensing, intelligent parking and traffic, remote surveillance and most of the services are being shifted to go online which will cater the needs of the citizens to access resources, services and information through user friendly integrated information management system.
The City Government has increased budgetary provisions for social development sector and youth programs. Special focus is being given to educational institutions under our administrative control, i.e. new buildings with improved capacity, hi-tech labs and introduction of new degree programs. I hope that the days ahead will significantly change the lives of local citizens..

  • Infrastructural improvement in both urban and rural areas.
  • To make Peshawar clean and green.
  • Create atmosphere for youth to get jobs.
  • To make Peshawar again "The city of Flowers".

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About Khyber Pakhunkhwa

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (abbreviated as KP; Urdu: خیبر پختونخوا‎ ; Pashto: خیبر پښتونخوا‎)[1] is one of the four provinces of Pakistan, located in the northwestern region of the country. It was formerly known as North-West Frontier Province (NWFP), commonly called Sarhad in Urdu, which means "frontier."

Its provincial capital and largest city is Peshawar, followed by Mardan. It shares borders with the Federally Administered Tribal Areas to the west; Gilgit–Baltistan to the northeast; Azad Kashmir, Islamabad and Punjab to the east and southeast. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa does not share a border with Balochistan which lies to its southwest. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa also shares an international border with Afghanistan, connected through the Khyber Pass.

Popular information

  • Peshawar is an important military and communications center, the historical terminus of the Grand Trunk Road of India.
  • The World Famous Khyber Steam Rail Operating Since 1925 On this Route.
  • Cunningham Clock Tower was Build in1900 in the Commemoration of Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Empress

  • Gorgutree The Ancient Site of Buddha's In Peshawar KP.
  • Peshawar Museum, formerly Victoria Memorial Hall, is Situated near to Jail Bridge And Railway Station which was build in 1905
  • Chwok Yaadgar (the )the old Peshawar Central square at the end of Ander shehr, The Traditional Site of Political Rallies, and also Many Anti-British demonstration started Here