Islamabad Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that his government is promoting tourism sector to generate revenue and solve the issue of unemployment in the country. According to the report of the news agency Xinhua, Khan chaired the meeting of the National Coordination Committee on Tourism, said that the government wants to promote the country’s soft image, for which exploitation of the potential of the tourism sector is very important.
Pakistan has various climatic zones and many untouched tourist destinations that can be promoted and introduced worldwide, Prime Minister Khan said that his government is focused on eco-tourism to ensure environmental protection while managing tourist destinations. Khan said that he would provide all possible facilities to the provincial governments to develop and promote the tourism sector in the country.
Speaking at the meeting, on the subject of Pakistani nationals living in foreign countries, Syed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, said that substantial work is being done for the development of tourism and in this regard live all the existing and potential tourist destinations – Mapping is in progress.
Along with this, Bukhari also presented a tourism development plan for 2020-21. In addition, he plans on human resource capacity building, plans to prepare master plans for 40 sites, seven theme parks, development of 60 new sites, national standards and certification for quality services for tourists as well as 30 international standards for feasibility. Also discussed. Khan and his ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party have promoted the tourism sector for the economic upliftment of the country.
Pak imposes fine on Qatar Airways for violating SOP
The Government of Pakistan has imposed a penalty of 100,000 Pakistani rupees on Qatar Airways for violating the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) implemented against the Kovid-19 epidemic. According to Dawn News, Aviation Division spokesman Abdul Sattar Khokhar said in a statement on Friday that the government took serious cognizance of the violation, which put the health and safety of passengers as well as employees at the airport at risk Was put
He said that the fine has been imposed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Khokhar said that the airline would also be responsible for all costs incurred on testing of the Kovid-19 and the quarantine of passengers and staff. He said that one of the passengers, Kovid-19 positive person, had traveled to Islamabad on a Qatar Airways flight. The CAA has already directed airlines flying to and from Pakistan to ensure compliance with the SOP and it has been implemented to protect passengers from the virus.