Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurates the project of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf, the Sehat Card Plus in KPK’s Swat district today (Friday).
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PM Imran Khan also lauds the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief Mehmood Khan and officials for launching the programme and taking the decision to give health cards to all its citizens.
While addressing the at the launch of the Sehat Card Plus Programme, the premier said A prime minister is like a father for his people and a father educates his children.
Earlier PTI’s Taimur Saleem Jhagra said that the government has allocated Rs18 billion for flagship project and it will be completely implemented across the KP province for 100 per cent population by 31st January 2021.
He also said, coronavirus pandemic was a reality and therefore, the people should adopt precautionary measures against it to stay safe.
Earlier today, the premier also inaugurated Hassan Abdal Railway Station
Prime Minister visited Gabeen Jabba area of Swat district today.
Prime Minister was briefed that environment friendly camping pods have been opened for tourists in Gabeen Jabba since August this year, which multiplied economic activities with arrival of more tourists, besides earning revenue.
Prime Minister was also briefed that 100 pods have been installed at various tourist sites of the #KhyberPakhtunkhwa, whereas 90 additional pods are reaching Pakistan with the cooperation of #UNDP.
It was told that a plan has been formulated under which 500 families will be given soft loans worth 400,000 rupees per family, enabling them to spare a room of their houses, equipped with necessary facilities, for tourists.
It was informed that work is underway to establish environment friendly modern tourist spots on thousands of kanals of land at Mansehra, Abbottabad, and Swat with the cooperation of World Bank. It was said that events like skiing, snow marathon, and snowboarding will be organized at Chitral, Malam Jabba, and Kaghan in February next year.
Special Tourism Authorities have been established at Kalam, Kumrat, and Kalash in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He was also briefed about construction of linking roads worth 372 kilometers long and 14 kilometer long Kumrat Cable.