Prime Minister Imran Khan has shared incredible images of the first-ever winter ski traverse to be made on the smooth cliffs of the Deosai glaciers.

Sharing photos on social networking site Twitter, Imran Khan said that this is the first scene of a winter trek on the smooth cliffs of the Deosai glaciers to explore the possibilities of winter tourism and skiing resorts.

Ski winter of Deosai
PC: PM Twitter Account

It may be recalled that Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed his commitment to promoting tourism in the country and his encouraging statements in this regard keep coming to the fore.

Prime Minister Imran Khan had vowed that in order to promote tourism in the country, we must ensure the environmental protection of tourist destinations.

He said that the number of tourists from outside was not as high as it is in Pakistan at that time. The number of tourists from outside was not so high but the number of local tourists has increased tremendously and there is rush in northern areas in summer. ۔

In addition, in August 2020, Prime Minister Imran Khan set up a high-level National Coordinating Committee for Tourism to implement the government’s tourism priorities in order to create a conducive environment for the promotion of tourism.

Imran Khan had nominated Zulfi Bukhari, Special Assistant for Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, as convener of the National Coordinating Committee for Tourism.

The purpose of the committee was to formulate concrete recommendations to remove obstacles to the promotion of tourism.

Earlier, in an article published in the leading business magazine Forbes, Pakistan was included in the list of 10 best countries to travel to in 2020.

Citing the well-known travel agency Wild Frontiers, the magazine pointed out that the interest of people to travel to Pakistan is increasing, especially after the recent visit of the British prince and princess.

Referring to infrastructure, he said, “Pakistan’s infrastructure has improved a lot. New roads, new tunnels have also reduced travel time, while new luxury hotels are opening in the region.

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