‘Colonial symbols’ to create funds for the state now: PM to open the rest houses for the public

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that the government’s dormitories, which used to cost taxpayers millions of rupees a year, would now make cash for the government after it had been opened to the public.

These colonial symbols which cost crores annually to the taxpayer in maintenance, are now going to make money for the government, the prime minister remarked in a tweet.

He also shared a video of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor House in Nathiagali that, among many others, had been opened to the public.

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