ISLAMABAD: The federal government has been apprised by the provincial Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government that the Malam Jabba Swat project was awarded in conformity with all legal requirements.
The KP government called the federal government to assist in developing it as a tourist resort to enhance and attract national and international tourists, reports Express Tribune.
According to the KP government’s report, it listed that a political party had been creating impediments in the way of the project, which was unable to be established since 1969.
It disclosed the hotel had been built at a cost of Rs1 billion and cautioned the entity working on the five-star project could leave the project if there were useless delays.
The report was submitted to the prime minister Imran Khan by the KP government and stated the ex -Wali of Swat had agreed to provide 270 acres of land for a ski resort and five acres of land for a hotel project.
According to K-P Advocate General Abdul Latif Yousafzai, all the conventions were followed in a transparent and lucid way for awarding the Malam Jabba project.
He added there was no legal blemish and fault in awarding the project.
Also, the report stated that no financial loss was caused to the KP government, instead the project would help generate a huge sum of money aside becoming an attraction for domestic and international tourists.