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Stakeholders to be taken on-board for tourism promotion in KP: Atif Khyber Pakh…

Stakeholders to be taken on-board for tourism promotion in KP: Atif

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister Muhammad Atif Khan has stated that native populace will likely be inspired to assist authorities develop new vacationer websites within the province.
“The promotion of tourism will likely be a distant dream if all stakeholders, together with native inhabitants, are usually not included within the general improvement means of vacationer spots in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,” Atif Khan stated whereas talking at a workshop right here on Thursday.
The United Nation Improvement Program and the Tourism Division had collectively organised a consultative workshop on the ‘Rehabilitation of recent vacationer spots’ in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Secretary Tourism Rashid Mehmood, Director Youth Affairs Asfandyar Khattak, PAITHOM In-charge Hurmat Yar Khan and different stakeholders have been additionally current.
The individuals totally mentioned numerous methods and means for teh improvement of the newly recognized vacationer resorts within the province.
The senior minister, who additionally has the portfolio of Sports activities, Tourism, Archaeology, Tradition, Museums and Youth Affairs, stated that the Tourism Division was devising a complete technique for the promotion of tourism within the merged tribal districts.
He added that potential of tourism would absolutely be explored and exploited to make it an enormous revenue-generating sector for the federal government and the native populace as nicely.
“Swat, Buner, Chitral, Mansehra and tribal districts have an enormous tourism potential as numerous scenic locations had been recognized there for rehabilitation to facilitate vacationers,” Atif Khan stated.
He stated the income generated from the tourism would even be spent on the wellbeing of the native folks so they might fortunately share the duty of defending and conserving the vacationer locations and advantages as nicely.
The senior minister stated {that a} 10-member excessive stage Job Pressure had already been constituted to take away bottlenecks in the best way of tourism promotion and determine new vacationer resorts within the province.
“Chief Minister Mahmood Khan is chairman of the Job Pressure whereas senior minister for Tourism, 4 different provincial ministers, KP chief secretary, secretaries Tourism, Communication & Works Division and Forests are its members,” the senior minister elaborated.
He stated the Job Pressure would formulate coverage for the entry of vacationers to the scenic spots and likewise assemble and renovate vacationer points of interest within the province.
He stated concerted efforts have been being made to introduce Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as a tourism model to the world to draw extra vacationers and guests to the province.
The senior minister stated that tourism actions could be promoted at worldwide stage to apprise foreigners of the tourism potential and exquisite locations within the province.
He stated that tourism was a key driver for socioeconomic progress and the significance of tourism can’t be denied even within the as we speak’s fashionable world.













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  1. There are many spots in kpk which can develop to promote adventure tourism. KP tourism should highlights those area to attract foreign tourists, design special programmes and advertise through print and social media.

  2. it is very encouraging news. but I must say first encourage your own people like youth children and different areas people to see your places. I request for delegation of students and youth and teachers to show their province beauty but still not reacive any reply from tourism department.

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