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Coordinates: 33°15′50″N73°46′59″E / 33.264°N 73.783°E / 33.264; 73.783 Coordinates: 33°15′50″N73°46′59″E / 33.264°N 73.783°E / 33.264; 73.783
Country Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
Province GUJAR KHAN RAWALPINDI
Time zone UTC+5 (PST)
Calling code 0092/00345

Dadyal is a city in Azad Kashmir in Pakistan. It is situated at 65 km from the district capital of Mirpur and is connected to it by the Mirpur – Dadyal National Highway. RAJOHA is 50;km away from [[Rawalpindi

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