Larkana Division
لاڑکانہ ڈویژن
لاڙڪاڻو ڊويزن
Map of Larkana Division
Map of Larkana Division
Country Pakistan
Province Sindh
Founded bySindh Government
 • TypeDivisional Administration
 • CommissionerGahanwer Laghari
 • Regional Police OfficerN/A

Larkana Division (Sindhi: لاڙڪاڻو ڊويزن) is an administrative division of the Sindh Province of Pakistan. It was created in 1980 by bifurcation of Sukkur Division. In 2000 abolished by General Pervaiz Musharraf rule but Sindh government restored it again on 11 July 2011.[1]

Larkana is the divisional headquarters of Larkana Division. It comprises the following districts:[2][3]

Jacobabad District

  1. Garhi Khairo Tehsil
  2. Jacobabad Tehsil
  3. Thul Tehsil

Kashmore District

  1. Kandhkot Tehsil
  2. Kashmore Tehsil
  3. Tangwani Tehsil

Larkana District

  1. Bakrani Tehsil
  2. Dokri Tehsil
  3. Larkana Tehsil
  4. Ratodero Tehsil

Qambar-Shahdadkot District

  1. Mirokhan Tehsil
  2. Nasirabad Tehsil
  3. Qambar Tehsil
  4. Qubo Saeed Khan Tehsil
  5. Shahdadkot Tehsil
  6. Sijawal Junejo Tehsil
  7. Warah Tehsil

Shikarpur District

  1. Garhi Yasin Tehsil
  2. Khanpur Tehsil
  3. Lakhi Tehsil
  4. Shikarpur Tehsil


  1. ^ Karachi’s district status restored, notification issued, Published in The News Tribe on 11 July 2011, Retrieved on 7 August 2012
  2. ^ Divisions/Districts of Pakistan Archived 30 September 2006 at the Wayback Machine
    Note: Although divisions as an administrative structure has been abolished, the election commission of Pakistan still groups districts under the division names
  3. ^ Five districts of Karachi restored, Published in The News on 11 July 2011, Retrieved on 7 August 2012

27°33′38″N 68°12′24″E / 27.5606°N 68.2068°E / 27.5606; 68.2068

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