• An aerial view of the city of Kot Addu
  • Sunflower Fields around Kot Addu
  • Wild Flowers and Birds of Kot Addu
  • Boat Houses & Indigenous People Of Kot Addu
  • The Migratory Birds around city
  • An aerial view of the city of Kot Addu

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Municipal Committee Kot Addu came into existance on the 1st of January, 2017 consequent upon the promulgation of Punjab Local Government Act,2013. It is presently subdivided into 32 Electoral Wards. The city is headquarter of Kot Addu Tehsil of Muzaffargarh District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is located in the southern part of the Punjab province at about 90 K.M. in the north west of Multan and on the left bank of the River Indus at a distance of 16 K.M. from Taunsa Barrage. It has a population of over 130000 persons as per Census 2017 . Kot Addu city is renowned for power generation. Kot Addu Power Plant having a generation capacity of  1638 MW is situated with in the Municipal Limits of Kot Addu.  The city is also famous for its being home town of Legendry Sufi Vocalist Pathanay Khan. Kot Adu City, being an historic and prosperous city, attracts a number of tourists every year particularly due to beautiful nearby Wetlands, Migratory Birds and  Indus River.


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The residents of Kot Addu are requested to extend their full cooperation for a Clean, Green and     Encroachment     Free Kot Addu. The doors of my office always open for the general public of Kot Addu.

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 This year 70 Milions will be spent in Kot Addu city for the Repare & Maintenance of Roads, Street Lights, Sewerage, Parks, Slaughterhouse etc. under Punjab Cities Progremme (PCP)



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