The Sangan village of Tehsil and district Sibi is important for agriculture production. Ahmad shah Abdali appointed Sardar Ismail khan Panni Barozai as caretaker and tax collector in the Sangan region the 46 miles distance from Sibi city.
The Sangan Jagir
While I was making inquiry into the revenue rate prevalent in Karwan Kachhi and Khushkaba Gharmob Takri in the Sangan circle, in march last, the local baniahs stated that their debts against the Barozais and Sangachis amounted to about Rs. 19,500.
The Barozais and other zamindars alleged that their indebtedness was due to the facts that during the last few years their wheat crops had been poor, they cannot owing to the distance from markets and want to proper roads, obtain good prices for their surplus grain and straw they are isolated and cannot add to their income from lands by labour etc, at times they cannot get seed grain at reasonable prices the prices charged by the baniahs for the various commodities are exorbitant and the cultivators urged as an additional reason the high rates of revenue (one-fourth of the produce including the Jagirdars share) and the hak-i-topa ( proprietors dues or rent) which they are required to pay a copy of the note drawn up by me at the time ( and which was sent to the Political agent Sibi, through the Revenue Commissioner’s office) is attached as Appendix2.
A brief account of the Jagir and orders passed about it by Government in 1906.
Ahmad Shah Abdali wrote many letters to Ismail khan panni Barozai.
The Sangan village is 25 miles distance from Babar Kach Station.