MTBC Chief Executive meets PM AJK to brief on organization progress


Altaf Hamid Rao.

ISLAMABAD/ MIRPUR  (AJK),   (Parliament times) : The founding chairman and Chief Executive MTBC Mehmood –ul-Haq called on the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi at Jammu and Kashmir House here on Friday and briefed the Prime Minister about the performance of his organization . The Chairman MTBC said that his organization is currently the largest private company in Azad Kashmir and providing employment to thousands of people and will extend one thousand more jobs in the next four month. He said MTBC will shortly launch a comprehensive visit to Kashmir programme to boost tourism in the state. In this connection Helicopter and Kashmir Air line would be set up to facilitate the tourists to visit different places of Azad Kashmir to help boost the domestic and international tourism in the state. He suggested that an overseas division should be set up in the state to redress the problems of the overseas Kashmiri.

The Prime Minister on this occasion said that the government is working on a comprehensive programme to overcome unemployment and a policy for the promotion of tourism is also being prepared to boost tourism in the state. He assured that the problems of the overseas Kashmir will be addressed and the government would provide protections to the investors for the setting up of industries in Azad Kashmir.