Historical places to be made more attractive for tourists: governor

LAHORE:Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has decided to make religious and other historical places in Punjab more attractive for tourists.

He said that various steps including renovation of all historical places would be taken while the auditorium built with the expenditure of 30 million rupees was also opened for the public.

While talking to the media on Friday, Governor Punjab said that in line with the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan, it has been decided to make historical, religious and cultural sites more attractive for the promotion of tourism in Punjab.

There are holy places of different religions including Sikhs and Christians in Lahore and other cities of Punjab and 1.2 million people come to pay homage to the holy shrine of Holy Mary (Muqadas-e-Maryam) where various initiatives including road construction have already started.

There are historical places in Pakistan including religious holy places through which Pakistan can earn 4/5 billion dollars annually and we…

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