Governor Tabuk being received at the Dalbandin airport: Photo Riaz Baloch

Riaz Baloch:

DALBANDIN: Governor Tabuk, His Excellency Prince Bin Fahad Bin Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz has set the stage for an exhilarating adventure as he embarks on a prestigious Houbara Bustard hunting expedition in the scenic landscapes of Dalbandin. This exclusive journey, aimed at promoting wildlife conservation and cultural exchange, promises an unforgettable experience for both the Governor and hunting enthusiasts alike.

The renowned Saudi Ambassador Nawaf Al Maliki, Commissioner Rakhshan Division, Irfan Gharshin, Deputy Commissioner Chagai Tufail Baloch, along with distinguished figures such as former provincial minister Sakhi Mir Amanullah Notizai, former district chairman Dawood Khan Notizai, and municipal committee Chairman Faisal Notizai, gathered to bid farewell to Governor Tabuk at Dalbandi Air Port.

Prince Muhammad Jan Kashani and other notable officers were also present to extend their best wishes as the Governor and his entourage embarked on this unique hunting odyssey.

Surrounded by an air of anticipation and adventure, the journey to the hunting grounds commenced amid tight security measures. The focus on preserving the delicate balance of nature, particularly in the case of the Houbara Bustard, adds a significant dimension to this expedition, aligning it with broader conservation efforts.

As Governor Tabuk delves into the realm of nature, seeking the thrill of the hunt, the expedition is poised to blend the traditional pursuit of the sport with contemporary conservation values.

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