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KP Govt going to launch projects for promotion of tourism in merged districts

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government is going to launch small and mega projects for development and promotion of tourism in the merged districts at a cost of 2.3 billion rupees.

Spokesperson of the provincial Tourism, Archaeology and Youth Affairs Department, Latifur Rehman, told APP today (Sunday) that these projects would be launched under Accelerated Implementation Programme.

He said a Special Tourism Wing has been established to ensure speedy completion of these projects.

The spokesperson said these projects will generate employment opportunities for tribal youth and explore the hidden tourism potential of the tribal districts before world

 

Source: Radio Pakistan

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