Mekan clan

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The Mekan (spelled Maken too) are a caste, or clan of Jat [1] and are claimed to ancest from Jats mostly converted to Islam, around the 12th or 13th century AD. They are mostly settled in the Sargodha District of the Punjab (Pakistan). Whereas, the people of mekan caste in Baluchistan are considered a sub-branch of Jamot,in their historical books has proven that they have come from Punjab before partition of Pakistan, they have one village near to "Bhaag nari" most of them are farmer and they are very hard worker.

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