Peshawar: According to news reports, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister Mahmood Khan approved the development of four Special Technology Zones (STZ) in the province on Wednesday (November 24). The STZs will be created in the districts of Peshawar, Swat, Mardan, and Haripur.
According to reports, Chairman Amir Hashmi of the Special Technology Zone Authority (STZA) met with the chief minister to discuss the plan’s modalities.
According to the information provided, a joint working group comprised of relevant officials from the province government and STZA will be formed to implement this strategic plan. The provincial government and STZA have agreed to engage in other areas of information technology (IT) to improve access to information, the internet, and the knowledge economy.
Furthermore, CM Mehmood stated that promoting IT in the province will result in increased employment and long-term growth, taking into account the requirements of young and the future. He also noted that the government is working to make it easier for businesses to do business and for investors to do so by using one-stop shops and digital portals like the CM Business website.