Gilgit-Naltar road project is being constructed in Gilgit Baltistan at a cost of over two billion rupees.
According to the details, Director National Logistic Cell Gilgit Baltistan Muhammad Iqbal has expressed the hope that the project will be completed well in time.
Earlier in December, Government was launching Yak breeding project in Gilgit-Baltistan to overcome beef shortage.
A briefing session in this regard was held in Governor House Gilgit.
According to the details, The Project Director of Live Stock department Gilgit-Baltistan gave away detailed briefing to the Governor Raja Jalal Hussain Maqpoon.
Governor said high altitude and hilly pastures in Gilgit-Baltistan are feasible place for yak breeding.
Yak is an iconic symbol of Tibet and high altitude regions. More than 22m domestic yaks provide food — both meat and milk — transport, shelter and fuel for Tibetians and others.