Yes it seems to be Chrozophora rottleri. Although there is some confusion in eFlora of Pakistan, the two species are quite distinct:
Chrozophora rottleri (Geiseler) A.Juss. ex Spreng., Syst. Veg. 3: 850, 1826; Welzen, Blumea 44: 420, Fig. 2, Map1.
syn: Croton rottleri Geiseler; Chrozophora plicata (Vahl) A.Juss. ex Spreng. var. rottleri (Geiseler) Müll.Arg.
Characterised by somewhat erect habit, larger leaves (up to 6 cm long), lighter green, surface uneven above but not folded (plicate), base usually symmetrical, inflorescence longer than leaf at least in fruit; fruit with flat stellate hairs, lepidote (rough, covered with scales, spreading (patent) hairs absent.
Chrozophora plicata (Vahl) A.Juss. ex Spreng., Syst. Veg. 3: 850 1826.
Syn: Chrozophora obliqua Schweinf.; C. prostrata Dalzell & Gibson
Plants prostrate, leaves smaller (up to 3 cm long), darker green, surface strongly folded (plicate), base oblique; inflorescence shorter than leaves; fruit with spreading hairs, stellate hairs three dimensional.
I had uploaded C. plicata recently
Genus Chrozophora was revised in Blumea:
Welzen, P.C. van. 1999. Revision and Phylogeny of subtribes Chrozophorinae and Doryxylinae (Euphorbiaceae). Blumea 44: 411--436.
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