Lahore: According to news released on Wednesday, the Punjab government announced its decision to establish a National Park near Kundian to provide pleasure to the people. According to the information provided, the park will cover 50 acres of land and cost Rs. 176 million. The park will also contain rest houses, the Mianwali History Museum, visitor huts, monuments, botanical gardens, and other tourist attractions, according to the press release.
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Last year, Chief Minister (CM) Usman Buzdar launched a plantation programme in the Kundian area, District Mianwali’s second-largest city, to restore woods spanning 200,000 acres. According to news reports, CM Buzdar claimed that 500 million saplings will be planted over the next four years at a cost of Rs. 26 billion. He went on to explain that future generations will require a clean and green environment.
According to more information about the tree plantation, 4 million seedlings will be planted on 5,500 acres over the following four years. According to CM Buzdar, restoring the Kundian forest will preserve wildlife and the surrounding area from climate change while also creating work possibilities.