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Tourism Potential in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan

1. Unique Landscape and Pristine Nature

•World’s Most Famous Mountain Ranges.
•The Himalayas, Karakorum & Hindukush.
•K2 World’s Second Highest Peak.
•Five over 8000 Meters Peaks.
•101 Peaks over 7000 Meters.
•5100 Glaciers.
•2200 Sq. Miles of Snow Covered Area.
•119 Lakes.

2. Biodiversity in Wildlife and High Altitude Forests

•4 National Parks
•09 Game Reserves
•3 wildlife sanctuaries
•230 species of Birds
•54 Species of mammals
•20 species of fresh water fish
•23 species of reptiles
•6 of amphibians
•6592 Sq. KM of Forests, which constitutes 9.1 % of the total area

3. Cultural Diversity and a Tradition of Hospitality

•20 species of fresh water fish
•5 ethnic groups and 5 ethnic languages with 36 dialects.
•7 Asia Pacific Heritage Conservation, UNESCO and British Airways Award Winning Historical Sites.
•23 Historical Forts.
•75 Polo grounds.
•65 Archeological sites.
•More than 39,000 Rock carvings and inscriptions.
•Yearlong festivals all around the Gilgit Baltistan.
•Indigenous mu…

Rethink Before Casting Your Vote in GBLA - 6 Hunza

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On 14th August, 1947 Pakistan has come into beingthrough a democratic process under the leadership of Quad-E-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. But the irony is that event after the lapse of more than six decades the democracy is still at its nascent stage in Pakistan. Due to which democratic norms and traditions have not been established and practicing on sound footing in our country. Resultantly, we - the voters - are electing wrong leaders to represent us in our legislative bodies that have eventually disappointing us in coming up to our expectations in quality of service delivery and legislation in the wider interest of their constituents. 

Now that when the 12thgeneral elections of Gilgit Baltistan Legislative Assembly (GBLA) are going to be held on June 8, 2015, it is right time to have a look on the profiles of contending members from GBLA-6 Hunza and take right decision to represent us in GBLA during coming five years. We know that there are 11 candidates from GBLA-6 Hunza. Prominent a…

Vote for Change in GBLA-6 Hunza

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On 14th August, 1947 Pakistan has come into beingthrough a democratic process under the leadership of Quaid-E-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. But the irony is that even after the lapse of more than six decades the democracy is still at its nascent stage in Pakistan. Due to which democratic norms and traditions have not been established on a sound footing in our country. Resultantly, we - the voters - are electing wrong leaders to represent us in our legislative bodies who have been eventually disappointing us service delivery and legislation.   
Now that, when the 12thgeneral elections of Gilgit Baltistan Legislative Assembly (GBLA) are going to be held on June 8, 2015, our ex-representative from GBLA-6 Hunza Mr. Mutabiat Shah have issued astatement on social mediawherein he had listed down 36 projects worth 1905.4 million which had been initiated or completed during last government tenure from the year 2009 to2015 inHunza. Whereas Mr. Wazir Baig the Speaker GBLA and PPP backed second repres…
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