Name of Government Departments in this District
DPO,DEO(M/F),DHO,DSO,DDA,DD(LS),DD(WM), DFC,XEN(PH),XEN(C&W),XEN PESCO,DO(SW), DPWO,DZO,SDFO,SCO,TMO,ADLG,AD(NADRA), AD(BISP),PO,SGPO,DO(COOP),E&TO,
Police,Education,Health,Sports,Agriculture,Livestock, Water Management,Food,PublicHealth,C&W, PESCO,Social Welfare, Population Welfare,zakat, Forest,SoilConservation,Muncipal,LocalGovt, NADRA, Benazir ISP,Passport, Post Office,Coop: Exise& Tax
Research, Crop Reporting Services.
Lakki Marwat, previously a part of District Bannu was upgraded as a separate District on 01.07.1992.
District Lakki Marwat is placed between D.I.Khan to its South and Bannu District to its North. It touches the boundaries of District Karak to its North as well Tank to its South. Mianwali District (Punjab) lies to the East of Lakki while to the West, it happens with Tribal belt of F.R, Bhittani area. It has an area of 3164 Sq. KM equal to 778330 Acres.
District Lakki Marwat is situated at the southern side of the Province. The Southern boundary of the valley is formed by a semi Circle range of low hills i.e. the Marwat range near Pezu which extends from Dara Tang Pass to Sheikh Badin (Dara Pezu).
Lakki Marwat District has a good network of Roads. The main road is N-55 Indus Highway and Additional Carriage Way from Gandi Chowk towards D.I.Khan upto Dara Pezu. This road passes through the middle of the district from North to South. The other main road of the district is Tajazai – Lakki – Dara Tang (Mianwali) Road and Lakki – Manjiwala link road of Pakhtunkhwa Highway Authority, having length of about 40 Kms. It links Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with Punjab via Isa Khel, Mianwali District, passing through Lakki city. At present there are 400 Kms of mettled maintained by Highways Department and 100 Kms of mettled roads by District Council in the rural areas.
The state of the roads of National Highways in District Lakki Marwat is in worse and dilapidated/pitiable condition especially N – 55 and Additional Carriage Way from Gandi Chowk Lakki to onward D.I.Khan and since its construction, proper utilization of the roads has not been observed.
The already constructed Additional Carriage Way is presently of no use as such one side of the road is used by two-way traffic, thus the negligence and inappropriate designing of local NHA authorities causes a loss of billions of Rupees to the government exchequer besides causing fatal/frequent accident and undisciplined traffic flow, damage of vehicles/public transport and losses of precious lives.