‘Five colonial era govt rest houses in Nathia Gali transferred to Tourism Department’
PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government has transferred the management and administration of five colonial era government rest houses in scenic Nathia Gali to Tourism Department to promote recreational and domestic tourism in the province. Latifur Rehman, spokesman KP Tourism and Sports Department told APP on Friday that management and administration of five state-of-the art colonial era government rest houses located in scenic Nathia Gali in Abbottabad district were transferred to Tourism, Sports and Culture Department by KP Government. These colonial era rest houses included Governor House, Chief Minister House, Hamala Speaker House, Police House and Kamak House at Nathia Gali in Abbottabad. Secretary Sports, Tourism, Archeology, Culture and Youth Affairs Department KP while exercising power conferred by sub section (1) of section 3 of the KP Government Rest House and Tourism Properties (Development, Management and Regulation) Act 2020) and in pursuance of the decision of the Provincial Cabinet in the its meeting held on November 10, has issued a notification in this regard on November 19. - APP "�Z�ʜ��