Punjab Chief Minister, Sardar Usman Buzdar Opens Governor House Murree For Tourists


Look Busy, Do Nothing, PTI Government in Pakistan is following it completely.  In accordance with Prime Minister Imran Khan’s somberness drive, the Governor House in Murree has been opened for the overall population on Monday.

In the initiation service, Punjab Chief Minister, Sardar Usman Buzdar said that these means are being taken to dispense with VIP culture.

In continuation of somberness drive, we are opening Luxurious Governor House Murree for open. We have effectively opened 177 Government Guest Houses of various divisions.

These offices are an update for the general population about how our duties were abused for the sumptuous way of life of past rulers. The extravagant Governor House will currently fill in as a hotel where the overall population would now be able to pay to remain. This will check the first run through the Governor House in Murree will be utilized for informal purposes, and it will help advance the travel industry in the nation, the CM included.

PTI government has been trying endeavors to support the travel industry in the nation and up to this point 177 rest houses and visitor houses have been opened for open by the Punjab government, Buzdar told the media.  Right away, we should examine how the past rulers used to remain at such excessive government structures.  The lease at the Governor House Murree is yet to be uncovered.


Saba Ghani
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