Domestic and foreign tourists would be provided with all modern facilities at the tourist center – Imtiaz Shaikh
Sindh Energy Minister Imtiaz Ahmed Shaikh said on Saturday that the provincial government has decided to build a world-class tourist center at the Keenjhar Lake in Thatta district.
Presiding over a meeting of the steering committee on tourism, he said that the provincial government was determined to make the Keenjhar Lake an attractive tourist center.
Minister said that domestic and foreign tourists would be provided with all modern facilities at the tourist center. “With the construction of a modern resort, the domestic and foreign tourists will be attracted to the entertainment place,” he hoped.
Imtiaz Shaikh said that the suitable location for the construction of the modern resort at the Keenjhar Lake was being determined. “The construction of the resort will open the doors of employment, business and will become a source of foreign exchange for the country,” he added.
The meeting was informed that the resort would be of modern facilities and world class.
The energy minister said that there were many places for tourism in the province and it was necessary to provide modern facilities at the tourist places so that not only domestic but also foreign tourists would be attracted towards these places.
“The Sindh government is determined in this regard and the measures regarding the provision of modern facilities at Keenjhar Lake are part of this plan,” he said adding that the place for the construction of the resort should be determined immediately, which would be approved in the eighth meeting.
Chief Minister’s Special Assistant Naveed Qamar, investment department secretary, irrigation secretary and director general of Public Private Partnership unit of the finance department also attended the meeting. (PR)