Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the PTI government is taking bold steps to protect climate.
The prime minister was addressing Tiger Force volunteers during his visit to the Naran valley on Monday.
He said promoting tourism is a challenge and the government is spending a huge amount on environmental projects in the country.
The prime minister said his vision is a clean and green Pakistan.
“The Ten Billion Tree Tsunami Programme will change the environment,” he said. “Improved tourism will generate jobs and ensure prosperity in the country.”
The premier warned that illegal cutting of forest would not be tolerated.
He said the Kaghan valley has the potential to attract more tourists than any other place in the world.
The prime minister inaugurated various development projects for the promotion of tourism and environment protection in the area.
These projects included tree plantation on the banks of Kunhar River, distribution of motorcycles among Community River Rangers, raising trout fish in Kunhar River, provision of 5.5 million eco-friendly biodegradable bags, and emergency response service for tourists and delivery of machinery and equipment for waste collection.