Pikit, Cotabato

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Map of Cotabato showing the location of Pikit

Pikit is a 1st class municipality in the province of Cotabato, Philippines. The so-called Pikit war between Muslim separatists and the Philippines army took place there in early 2003.

According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 68,455 people in 13,081 households.

Barangays

Pikit is politically subdivided into 42 barangays.

  • Bagoaingud (Bagoinged)
  • Balabak
  • Balatican
  • Balong
  • Balungis
  • Barungis
  • Batulawan
  • Bualan
  • Buliok
  • Bulod
  • Bulol
  • Calawag
  • Dalingaoen (Lalingaon)
  • Damalasak
  • Fort Pikit
  • Ginatilan
  • Gligli
  • Gokoton (Gokotan)
  • Inug-ug
  • Kabasalan
  • Kalacacan
  • Katilacan
  • Kolambog
  • Ladtingan
  • Lagunde
  • Langayen
  • Macabual
  • Macasendeg
  • Manaulanan
  • Nabundas
  • Nalapaan
  • Nunguan
  • Paidu Pulangi
  • Panicupan
  • Poblacion
  • Punol
  • Rajah Muda
  • Silik
  • Takipan
  • Talitay
  • Tinutulan
  • Pamalian

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