Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday shared beautiful pictures from ‘first ever’ winter skiing in Deosai in a bid to promote winter tourism of the country.
Deosai plateaus are considered the second-highest plateaus in the world.
It is situated at an average elevation of 4,114 metres (13,497 ft) above sea level in Gilgit-Baltistan.
The premier posted the pictures on Twitter, with a caption: "Exploring winter tourism and ski resorts feasibility, Deosai plains first-ever winter ski traverse."
PM Imran exhibits a keen focus on reviving the tourism industry of Pakistan as he repeatedly stressed on utilising to the untapped potential of the sector.
He thinks tourism could become the biggest source of employment in Pakistan.
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