Govt needs to fix longstanding electricity issues in GB, say webinar speakers

Karachi PR – The federal government needs to fix what speakers at a webinar on Tuesday said was a long-standing issue of lack of electricity in Gilgit-Baltistan.

An English daily’s GB correspondent Jamil Nagri said at the webinar “Tourism in Pakistan – Challenges and the Way Forward” that the region often got just between two to four hours of electricity during the day, and that this was also the situation in the region’s harsh winter.

He also said that there were serious connectivity and internet-related issues in the region which needed to be fixed by the government. Nagri said that the there was a general lack of infrastructure and connectivity in the region and the government had to act to improve it. He also cited the…

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