Swat: Adviser to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam said here on Saturday that both the bureaucratic and common governments were making genuine strides for advancement of ecotourism.
He was talking as boss visitor at the closing service of the main ever National Grass Ski Competition in Malam Jabba where he gave over prizes and grants to the triumphant competitors and groups.
An enormous number of sightseers and nearby onlookers saw the two-day contest facilitated by Malam Jabba Ski Resort.
Somewhere around 11 groups, both male and female, from Gilgit-Baltistan, Swat, and Chitral took part in the occasion.
Aziza Gul from group Madaklasht (MDKT) got first position, Ezra Bibi of group Malam Jabba (MJ) second and Amna Sohail of Gilgit-Baltistan Ski Association (GBSA) third spot in the Women's Slalom class.
In the Women's Giant Slalom class, Amna Sohail got first position, Aziza Gul of MDKT second and Ezra Bibi of group MJ third.
In the Men's Slalom class, Tanzeel Ahmed of MDKT got first position, Fazal Wadud of GBSA s second and Mohammad Siddique of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) snatched third position.
In the men's Giant Slalom class, Mohammad Siddique secured first position, Fazal Wadud second and Tanzeel Ahmed third.
Conversing with mediapersons on this event, Amin Aslam said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had welcomed global financial backers to put resources into the country's travel industry area.
"The financial backers will be worked with and full insurance gave to them," he said, adding that for the advancement of the travel industry and climate the public authority had concentrated on assurance of the current timberlands and filling more in the country. He said the public authority was additionally reestablishing the normal excellence of streams, including the Swat River.
In the interim, talking at a function at PC Malam Jabba, the counselor said that public saints ought to be recognized. The subject of the function was Pride of Pakistan planning to cheer that load of serving the public interest through their accomplishments.
In the service, various characters from the nation over, including Noreena Shams, Khadija Sultan, Yahya Aziz and Tabassum Adnan, were recognized.
Noreena Shams is the first-historically speaking cyclist to win a silver award for Pakistan in Junior Olympics. Khadija Sultan, the principal female fighter, is a gold medalist in taekwondo, gold medalist in judo and public player of boxing.
Yahya Aziz is a 10 years of age Pakistan traveler who made the world record by intersection Gondogoro La Pass. Ms Tabassum made Pakistan glad by winning the International Women of Courage Award for her endeavors in looking for equity for ladies in Pakistan.