Karachi: Balochistan government organized first ever tourism conference  in the country’s most populous city to attract national and foreign tourists on Monday. Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan, provincial ministers, foreign delegations and people belonging to various walks of life participated in the tourism conference. Balochistan, which covers half of the country hosts important tourist locations including more than 700 km long coastal belt, Ziarat juniper forest, Kalat Harboi, Hinglaj Mata and MeharGarh’s ancient civili

While addressing the conference, the Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan stated that the province serves to be one of the best tourist destination for local and foreign tourists. “Security situation has been improved in Balochistan and now tourists are welcome”, he said. He said, “our aim is not to mere complete our five year term rather we are committed to contribute for our country”. The Chief Minister stated his government can be judged through facts and figures rather than mere statements. The Chief Minister said the province has made positive stride toward ensuring peace, development and was determined to make sure better future for next generation.

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