Mansehra: According to news reports, the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) started work on the second phase of the Nawazabad-Mundi Meadow Road to enhance tourism in Siran Valley.

While speaking to the media, Federal Preliminary Secretary MNA Saleh Mohammad Khan said that construction on the second phase of the project had begun after the government released Rs. 1.37 billion under the tourist exploration project.

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Furthermore, MNA Saleh Mohmmad claimed that the first section of the road cost Rs. 850 million to finish. Tourists will be able to explore the alpine Mundi valley after the second section of the Nawazabad-Mundi Meadow Road is finished.

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The MNA went on to say that three gigantic bridges will be built in different parts of the route that is still under development. He went on to add that Mundi Meadow is a beautiful location with lush green mountains, hilltop lakes, and waterfalls, and that it needs to be developed to attract people from across the world.

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