Jhalawan was an administrative division of the Khanate of Kalat, a princely state that joined Pakistan in 1947. It was established in the 17th century and its boundary was fixed with Sindh in 1853. It was located in the southeastern part of Kalat State, north of Las Bela, west of the Kachi and Sindh and east of the Kharan and Makran. Jhalawan has important valleys of Baluchistan, such as Kalat, Gidar, Baghbana, Mola Valley, Zehri, Firozabad valley, Wadh, Nal, Saruna, Jau and the Mashkai river. In Jhalawan, Khuzdar is the city that is the second largest city of Balochistan Province. Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri (Urdu: نواب ثناء اللہ زہری ) is the tribal leader of Zehri tribe. he is the current chief or nawab of all the tribes in Jhalawan.