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MANSEHRA: The wildlife department has imposed fee on tourists and vehicles entering the Saiful Muluk National Park in the Kaghan valley.
“We have imposed fee on each individual, and the revenue so accrued will be spent on development of the park,” range officer Abdul Basit Khan told reporters in Kaghan valley on Sunday.
He said chief conservator wildlife department Mohsan Ali Shah had approved charging of entry fee under section 29 of the Wildlife Act, 2015.
He, however, said children up to five years of age would be exempt from the fee.
“Each youngster will pay Rs10, while men and women Rs20 each,” said Mr Basit. He said a parking fee of Rs100 would be received from each vehicle owner.
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