PESHAWAR, Pakistan: A group of Chinese investors Friday offered donkeys’ farming in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to provincial government, on which the Chief Minister directed Livestock Department to consider the feasibility of the project.
The spokesman of Chief Minister House said here, that a group of Chinese investors met Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and said that they can set up modern farm houses for those interested persons who intend to invest in donkey farming.
He said the investors also offered to export the farmed donkeys to China that would result in handsome income for the KPK farmers.
They further offered investment and cooperation in setting up of farms for farming of Halal animals in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Chief Minister Pervez Khattak directed Livestock Department to consider whether the proposal of Chinese’s investor was feasible or not.
MPA Javed Nasim, Secretary Agriculture and Livestock Jamil Ahmed, Special Secretary to Chief Minister Arsham Majeed and Secretary Excise of Taxation Israr Ahmed were also present during the meeting.