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The Bolan Pass is a gap in the Central Brahoi Range. A railroad and highway cross the pass en route to the Afghanistan border. Strategically located, traders, invaders, and nomadic tribes used it as a gateway to India.
The Brahio's of the Raisani tribe were in charge of the law and order situation through the Pass area.This tribe is still living in present day Balochistan in Pakistan. The Bolan Pass is home to some very famous railway tunnels built by the British during the pre-partation days in India.
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