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Chachro was captured by India in the 1971 war and was later returned to Pakistan after the Shimla accord.
Chachro is divided into three areas: Khahor, Kantho and Parkar. Residents speak the Dhatki language, as well as Sindhi, Urdu and Gujarati. The majority of the population is Muslim, the Hindu migrated to India after the independence of Pakistan in 1947.
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