PESHAWAR: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan seems resolute enough to promote tourism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as on Tuesday he reached some far-flung sightworthy areas of the province to discover potential tourist sites .

The skipper has been touring the province in search of scenic places with an intent to promote tourism. On Tuesday, Khan first reached Palas in Kohistan and then took to picturesque valley of Kumrat, located in the foothills of Hindu Kush.

Beautiful landscapes with rivers flowing and breathtaking waterfalls spellbound the PTI chief. The locals were also delighted to have found Khan among them.

On the occasion, Imran Khan promised them to transform these places into tourist points through which they would be able to earn for their families, but if they also take care of environment.

He directed the provincial government to improve road infrastructure to ensure tourists’ access to these heaven-like valleys.