Feasibility study of National Safari Park in Kallar Kahar completed.
Lahore -- The Feasibility study of National Safari Park Salt Range Kallar Kahar has been completed with the cost of Rs 4.3 billion.
This project of public entertainment will be established over one thousand acres of land with a cost of Rs 4.3 billion. Main objective of the project is to promote Eco-Tourism in the country and provide best recreational facilities of international standard to the people of Pakistan especially Punjab.
Secretary Forests, Wildlife and Fisheries Jehanzeb Khan, while addressing in the meeting in Lahore said that Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif showed his keen interest in the establishment of National Safari Park and was desirous to provide maximum recreational opportunities to the general public.
Director General Wildlife and Parks Punjab, Khalid Ayaz Khan emphasized upon the consultant firm to pay special attention to the Children Amusement Park and not to ignore any aspect of their interest and attention. He further told that in March 2016, a briefing was given to Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif at Lal Suhanra Park Bahawalpur about the conservation and protection of wildlife in the province where he was also briefed about National Safari Park Salt Range.