Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has stressed on utilizing the province’s natural resources and tourism to invite investment in the backdrop of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
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In a meeting with senior minister Atif Khan, Shahram Tarakai, Shakeel Khan and K-P government spokesperson Ajmal Wazir in Peshawar on Sunday, Mahmood said tourism, natural resources, hydro-electric power, agriculture and land computerization will be his government’s priority in the next five years.
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According to the press statement issued by CM’s office, the government plans to promote tourism as a dominate part of provincial earnings. He said K-P was seeing investments in the backdrop of CPEC and the government was focused facilitating businesses.
“The future of the province looks bright,” he said. “K-P will be integrated through road and communication.”
Mahmood emphasised on streamlining computerization of land as well. He was optimistic that the policy guideline would usher a new era of good governance and propsperity for the province.
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