Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has insisted on using the region’s common assets and the travel industry to welcome interest in the background of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
In a gathering with senior members Atif Khan, Shahram Tarakai, Shakeel Khan and K-P government representative Ajmal Wazir in Peshawar on Sunday, Mahmood said the travel industry, normal assets, hydro-electric power, farming and land computerization will be his administration’s need in the following five years.
On the mainstreaming of recent Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata), the central members guaranteed a useful component to give alleviation to the innate regions. “Their torment and issues will be relieved quickly,” he said and guided commonplace pastor to chalk out proposition.
As per the press proclamation issued by CM’s office, the administration intends to advance the travel industry as a prevailing piece of common income. He said K-P was seeing interests in the background of CPEC and the administration was centered on encouraging organizations.
“The eventual fate of the region looks splendid,” he said. “K-P will be coordinated through street and correspondence.”
Mahmood underlined on streamlining computerization of land also. He was idealistic that the strategy rule would usher another time of good administration and thriving for the area.