|History and Biodata
Uzbeks, Tajiks, and Pashtuns live in Khwaja Bahauddin. The district has a population of 25852 and a sex ratio of 51 males for every 50 females. The median age is 15.5, and 48.2 percent of the population is employed. About 40% of the unemployed is seeking work. The average household size in Khwaja Bahauddin is 6.9, meaning there are about 3,750 households in the district.
Sources in the province said Sunday, Sept 13, 2020 on condition of anonymity that Taliban fighters managed to capture parts of the Khwaja Bahauddin district in the province of Takhar. The militants are said to have taken control of the Laleh village, where a group of the public uprising movement, a government-funded force made of rural people to fight against Taliban, were fighting to prevent Taliban’s attacks. The group was led by Malek Ahmad Tatar, a local militia man.
Some 500 families displaced and fled to the deserts on the outskirts of the district, according to the source. Taliban fighters have captured the Police District 1 and are getting prepared to attack the district center, according to reports.