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Pb govt prioritizes wildlife conservation with Rs 6.4 bln Budget allocation

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LAHORE, Jun 13 (APP):The Punjab government has allocated a substantial Rs 6.4 billion for wildlife conservation and development in the 2024-25 Budget, demonstrating a strong commitment to the sector.
According to the budget documents, the key initiatives include the establishment of a Zoo
Education and Exhibition Centre in Lahore with a total investment of Rs 800 million, of which Rs 300 million were allocated for the current fiscal year. Additionally, a state-of-the-art Wildlife Hospital will be built at Safari Zoo Lahore, with Rs 700 million designated for this year, out of the total Rs 2 billion project cost.
The Chief Minister Wildlife Rescue Force, aimed at enhancing wildlife rescue efforts, will receive Rs 750 million this year towards its overall Rs 1.5 billion cost. These initiatives reflect the government’s dedication to enhancing wildlife protection and education in Punjab.
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