Pakistan Has Tourism Of Mountains, Seas And Coastline, Prime Minister

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan has the tourism of mountains, seas and coastline.

According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan while talking to media at Nandana Fort Jhelum said that he had come to this area about 25 to 30 years ago, had long thought of reviving tourism in this area but in power. When they came, they got involved in other government affairs.

The Prime Minister said that there are three types of tourism in Pakistan while the ancient places in Pakistan are also very important in terms of tourism in which places like Mohenjo Daro and Harappa are of world interest.

Imran Khan also said that Nandana Fort was the largest university of its time. In Nandia Fort, Muslim scientist Alberoni had conducted experiments on measuring lottery while it is a place where tourists from all over the world would come.

The Prime Minister said that it has been decided to develop Nandana Fort as a model village and soon this small area will be on the world map.

Imran Khan also said that arrangements would be made for tourists to stay here while hotels and resorts would also be set up under public-private partnership.

The Prime Minister said that Turkey and Malaysia have a tourism based on ancient civilization while Pakistan is also full of ancient tourism like Turkey, now it will be the first tourist map in Pakistan so that tourists can easily find tourism spots.

Imran Khan also said that there are beautiful areas in the country that are not even known to the tourists and their people while there is also a Mughal civilization in Pakistan including Peshawar and Lahore but unfortunately the previous governments did not develop them properly. ۔

PM Imran Khan further said that tourism can be the biggest source of employment in Pakistan, Turkey is earning 40 billion annually from tourism, Malaysia is earning 20 20 billion from maritime tourism but compared to Turkey and Malaysia, Pakistan Earning nothing


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