Kot Addu Tehsil

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Kot Adu is a city of Muzaffargarh District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The city, which is subdivided into 3 Union Councils, is the capital of Kot Adu tehsil. It is located in the southern part of the province, and is a very historic city. It has a population of over 1 million[source?], making it the 400th largest city in Pakistan. It is just east of the Indus River, more or less in the centre of the country, about 866 km from Karachi, 600 km from Islamabad, 100 km from Multan, 80 km from D.G. Khan, 60 km from Muzzafargarh, 60 km from Layyah and 16 km from Taunsa Barrage.

Kot Addu City, being a historic and prosperous city, attracts tourists and is known as the 'City of rivers'. The city was named after Addu Khan whose grave is still there in the middle of the city. Kot Addu has been considered for the capital of country due to strategic location of the city. It is politically and culturally rich. Many famous poets, singers and patricians were born in this tehsil.