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Steps being taken for uplift of GB tourism sector: minister – Newspaper

GILGIT: Gilgit-Baltistan Tourism Minister Raja Nasir Ali Khan on Friday claimed that flights would be operated fromKarachi and Lahore to Skardu to facilitate the tourists visiting the region.

Replying questions of the opposition members in the ongoing GB Assembly’s pre-budget session, he added that international flights would also be started from Skardu airport to facilitate the foreign tourists.

The minister said the GB government had started a home-stay project to resolve the accommodation problem of tourists.

“Under the project loans will be provided to the locals to set up additional rooms in 150 homes,” he added.

The tourism minister informed the house that Babusar Pass road would be opened to traffic before Eidul Fitr….

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