Punjab govt misled Unesco on heritage sites: civil society

LAHORE: The Punjab government misled Unesco at the 41st World Heritage Committee meeting held in Poland on Orange Line Metro Project effects on World Heritage Site Shalimar Gardens. Government delegation after returning Pakistan also misled Pakistani media about Unesco decisions on Shalimar gardens ...

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