Chamkani (Pashtun tribe)

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The Chamkani (Pashto : څمکنيtsamkanī), also transliterated as Tsamkani or Samkani, is a Pashtun tribe 4th son of Ghoryakhel confederation. They are mainly based in Tsamkani District, Paktia Province, Afghanistan, but can also be found in Kurram District which is call para Chamkani and the Chamkani neighborhood of Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.

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