QUETTA: The Balochistan Chief Minister, Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo, has expressed his delight over the approval of the draft bill for the establishment of the Ziarat Valley Development Authority by the provincial assembly.
Ziarat is a famous tourist city in Balochistan where Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah spent his last days.
According to the CM’s statement, the establishment of the development authority would be an important development for the province.
Ziarat is a popular tourist spot, famous for its ancient forests of juniper, which add to its natural beauty.
The provincial government is aware of the tourism and historical benefits of Ziarat, and the purpose of establishing the Ziarat Valley Development Authority is to complete the ongoing development projects there promptly, Bizenjo said.
The CM also emphasized that the development authority would ensure the protection of tourists coming from all over the province and the country.
With the establishment of the authority, development projects will be well-monitored, and this will lead to a further increase in the beauty of Ziarat city.
The approval of the Ziarat Valley Development Authority Bill is a significant step towards promoting tourism in Balochistan, which will help to boost the local economy and create employment opportunities.
This news will be of great interest to tourists and investors who are looking for new travel destinations and opportunities.