The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government on Saturday dismisses the demand of the government to permit Qatari rulers tochase the houbara bustard in the territory.
MPA Ishtiaq Urmar, a counsel to CM Pervaiz Khattak for Environment, Forests and Wildlife, told DawnNews he had gotten a letter from the inside service looking for consent for Qatari sovereigns to chase the ensured feathered creature which was cannot.
The government's demand was denied as the houbara bustard is an uncommon and secured winged animal, Urmar said.
"Taking after the eighteenth Amendment, regions are sovereign in taking such choices," Urmar said, including that "strict move will be made against those discovered chasing uncommon creatures and winged animals."
The houbara bustard is not just ensured under different universal traditions and assentions marked by Pakistan yet its chasing is additionally banned under the neighborhood untamed life security laws.
Sources prior told Dawn daily paper that while the other three areas — Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan — permitted Arabs with grants to chase the houbara bustards, KP did not. They included that a while prior, a Qatari who had been chasing in the area had been gotten and fined.