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As defined in the Gazette of Pakistan, a "Tumandar" or "Sardar" who is accepted as the leader of a tribe, under any custom or usage or otherwise could obtain free labour from other persons or compel them to work against their will.
- Nawab Akbar Shahbaz Khan Bugti (July 12, 1927–August 26, 2006) was the Tumandar (head) of the Bugti tribe.
- In Rajanpur, Sardar Balakh Sher Mazari is the Tumandar and the Paramount Sardar of the Mazari tribe.
- In Rahim Yar Khan, Sardar M Iftikhar Khan Korai is the Tumandar (head or Chief) of the Korai Blouch tribe.
- Zhob Tumandar belongs to Nawab Jogezai family.
- Loralai Tumandar belongs to Sardar Luni family.
- Kohlu Tumandar belongs to Nawab Marri family.
- Jhal Magsi Tumandar belongs to Nawab Magsi family.
- Sibi Tumandar belongs to Nawab Barozai family.
- "Government of Punjab Department of Revenue: LAND ADMINISTRATION MANUAL — CHAPTER III ASSIGNMENTS OF LAND REVENUE". Retrieved 16 October 2014.
- Gazette of Pakistan, 1976-04-08, Extraordinary, Part I: System of Sardari (Abolition) Ordinance 1976 (No. 15).
- "elections.com.pk Candidate Details Akbar Khan Bugti". Retrieved 16 October 2014.
- "A mishmash of 'adjustments' mark Rajanpur contests". Retrieved 16 October 2014.