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Tourism Development Projects Approved by National Assembly

August 22, 2023

ISLAMABAD — The seven development projects totaling Rs601.649 million were approved by the National Assembly Standing Committee Cabinet Secretariat. The projects include three ongoing PSDP projects totaling Rs335.899 million and four new projects costing Rs265.75 million from the Establishment Division.

The committee gave final approval to the PSDP demands for the upcoming fiscal year 2023-24 after reviewing them and hearing the reasons from relevant department representatives. The committee was informed that the aforementioned projects involved the modernization of facilities at the National Centre for Rural Development in Islamabad and the National Institutes of Management in Peshawar, Lahore, and Karachi, as well as the installation of solar panels.

Plans that haven’t been authorized at the ministry level will be reviewed at the next committee meeting. At its next meeting, the committee will hear the complete rationale for the proposed PSDP projects from the relevant departments. After reviewing the Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation’s PSDP plans, the committee concluded that the country has tremendous untapped tourism potential and that it would not be in the public interest to waste money on the industry.

At its most recent meeting, the committee requested that the Cabinet Division, as the controlling division of PTDC and Management of the Tourism Corporation, provide a detailed presentation on PTDC’s six new suggestions for the PSDP.

Three PSDP proposals from the Cabinet Division totaling Rs90.04 billion were later reviewed and accepted by the committee sustainableable Development Goals (SDGs) Achievement Program has requested R90 billion, while National Archives strengthening (Rs16.954 million) and Tourism Facilitation in Pakistan marketing (Rs23 million) have each requested R23 million.

Committee members deliberating The Civil Servants (Amendment) Bill, 2021 determined to substitute “Minister In-charge” for “federal government” or “government” wherever those terms appeared in Sections 3, 4, and 19(3). The Committee concluded that rather than delegating policymaking to civil servants, elected officials should continue to respond to their constituents.

Muhammad Sajjad, Shahnaz Saleem Malik, Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, Mussarat Rafiq Mahesar, Muhammad Abu Bakar, Syed Mehmood Shah, and Mohsin Dawar were also present. There were also top officers from relevant departments present, as well as a special secretary from the Establishment Division and an additional secretary from the Cabinet Division.

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