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30 Tourist Destinations in Punjab

Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has approved the development of new 30 Tourist Destinations in Punjab. Upon completion of the project, 20,000 people are expected to be employed as soon as possible, in addition to raising a maximum of Rs. 100 billion annual revenue.

According to reports, the ruins of old historical sites along the Indus Valley belt, Harappa, Kotli Satyan, canal and other places across the North Punjab block will be developed in the coming phases.

30 Tourist Destinations in Punjab

The project is part of a new tour for the economic development program, and is expected to cater to a diverse population pool for overall economic recovery. Its various services will include roads and hotels that will be built or repaired as needed for faster convenience of passenger services.

In addition to socio-economic development, the new project seeks to divert tourists mainly from high-profile places in the north, including Nathiagali, Murree and Bhurban, to 12 or 14 newly developed areas like Salt Range, Chakwal, Jhelum and Mianwali. In the Punjab.

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