In one more culture-friendly transfer, the Authorities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) has bought 20 kanals of land within the Chitral district to protect the traditional tradition and distinctive structure of the Kalash Valley.
Latif-ur-Rehman, the spokesperson for the Division of Sports activities, Tourism, and Archeology, mentioned that the federal government desires to protect the valley for its archeological and historic significance.
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“The federal government has bought 20 kanals of land price Rs. 270 million for the safety of this heritage,” he mentioned.
Latif-ur-Rehman added that the provincial authorities is eager to protect the traditional land and the tradition of the Kalash Valley, and is taking all the required steps on this regard.
The land was bought for cemeteries in numerous areas of Kalash together with Karakal, Brom Bamburit, Behl Birir, and Batrak.
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The bought land has been allotted at Batrak Bamburit, Behl Barrier. Moreover, a separate space of land has been allotted for the Kalash Pageant, and land has additionally been acquired for residential homes in Kalashagram and Batrak.