Islamabad: According to news released on August 17, the Islamabad Wildlife Management Board (IWMB) approved the creation of a new walking trail in the Shah Allah Ditta area to promote tourism in the city.

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During the site inspection, the chairman of the IWMB instructed the concerned officials to draft a strategy for establishing a new route. Although the site is part of the Margalla Hills National Park (MHNP), it is not patrolled. According to the information provided, the IWMB will also undertake the required preparations for conducting patrols to prevent illegal land occupation in this region.

The 44-kilometer Margalla Ridge route, which runs from Shah Allah Ditta to Summa Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, was previously opened in November 2018. Because of the presence of multiple Buddhist caves near Hazrat Shah Allah Ditta’s shrine, Shah Allah Ditta is one of the region’s most popular tourist destinations.

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In addition, the IWMB, which is part of the Ministry of Climate Change, has constructed tracks and walking trails for trekkers and tourists in the Margalla Hills.

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