Rs 2 Billion Allocated For Malakand Division; says Atif khan


Atif Said It Has Allocated Rs 2 Billion To The Tourism Industry In The Malakand Sector

A senior minister said on Monday that the housing crisis has led to major health problems in the Kumrat and Naran Valleys.



Similarly, he said, in the process of establishing a tourism industry zone, the professional departments will be acquired in an appropriate order and the agents selected by the Malakand department will be appointed.

The minister said that places of interest in Dir, Swat, Buner and Kohistan will be established in the order of the project. He said that all streets in the beautiful places of KP will be required to work under the budgetary assistance of the World Bank and various partners to support the tourism industry.

Atif Khan said that Rs. 2 billion has been allocated to promote tourism in different parts of Malakand.



Other officials of National and Provincial were also there. Muhammad al-Bashir Khan, Mahboob Shah, Sahib Sahibzada Sibghatullah, Muhammad Azam Khan, Riaz Khan, Wazirzada, Liaqat Ali, Humayan Khan, Sharafat Ali, Public Tax Minister Shaker Ahmed, Tourism Minister Kamran Rehman, Director of Tourism Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Managing Director Junaid Khan and UNDP investigative consultant Mohammad Omair attended the meeting.

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