The Federal Government Is Taking Concrete Steps To Boost Tourism: Gandapur

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The Minister of Kashmir Affairs and Ali Amin Khan Gandapur of Gilgit Baltistan said on Tuesday that the government is taking practical steps to take advantage of Gilgit Baltistan, it has great tourism potential. The meeting also discussed the construction of Gilgit Skardu Highway and Skardu Hospital. Governor GB praised the federal government’s efforts in this area.

“A major investment is expected to encourage Titan’s Gilgit tourism,” he said during a meeting with British Governor Raja Jalal Hussein. He said that Skardu Airport will also be updated in accordance with international standards to facilitate domestic and foreign tourists.

They discussed ongoing development projects in the area. The meeting also discussed the construction of Gilgit Skardu Highway and Skardu Hospital. The minister said the federal government is taking several steps aimed at ensuring development, progress, and prosperity in the region.

He added that it is easy for foreigners to invest in the UK. Governor GB praised the federal government’s efforts in this area. Meanwhile, Pakistani Presidents Tehreek-e-Insaf, Gilgit-Baltistan and (retired) President Syed Jaafar Shah, the ministers were met and political events in the area were discussed.

Ali Amin said that PTI’s popularity in Gilgit-Baltistan has increased due to its policy of benefiting the people.

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