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PTI’s Government Urges to Advance Religious Tourism

PTI’s Government Urges to Advance Religious the Travel Industry in Pakistan: Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on this Monday said the administration was attempting purposeful endeavours to advance the travel industry particularly religious the travel industry in Pakistan and the ongoing choice to open up Kartarpur border was the indication of such endeavours.

He was tending to a discussion on ‘Radiant Gandhara Heritage’ in the service, Foreign Office in an official statement said. Moreover, Mr. Qureshi underscored the significance of advancing the travel industry in Pakistan and said to acknowledge genuine capability of the travel industry, the administration had made various strides including the progression of visa routine with various nations and creating the travel industry framework in Pakistan.


The Forum was gone to by the outside secretary Tehmina Janjua, senior officers of the service, high magistrates/representatives of China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam just as specialists on the Gandhara human advancement.

The outside secretary featured the Gandhara Heritage and said separated from being honoured with common magnificence, Pakistan had numerous destinations hallowed to devotees of various religions including Buddhism. These destinations could pull in outsiders particularly individuals crosswise over various nations, she included.



The high officials/ministers of different nations just as specialists on Gandhara human progress additionally shared their profitable contributions to the gathering.

It was chosen that the Gandhara Forum would comprise representatives/high magistrates in Islamabad, agents, service of Foreign Affairs, common the travel industry office just as specialists on Gandhara development.



Saba Ghani

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