Question: Is Rawalpindi a safe city?

What is famous Rawalpindi?

Rawalpindi is located on the Pothohar Plateau, known for its ancient Buddhist heritage, especially in the neighbouring town of Taxila – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is also home to historic havelis and temples, and serves as a hub for tourists visiting Rohtas Fort, Azad Kashmir, Taxila and Gilgit-Baltistan.

Which is the safe city in Pakistan?

Lahore Safe City The Lahore Safe City project is part of a region-wide initiative to increase safety by controlling crime and monitoring traffic. Pakistans population is growing rapidly and in recent years, the safety of women has become a major issue that needs addressing.

What type of city is Rawalpindi?

Rawalpindi is the 4th largest city of Pakistan. It is in Punjab province and located in Pothohar region of Pakistan. Rawalpindi is in the northernmost part of the Punjab province, 275 km (171 mi) to the north-west of Lahore.

Why is Rawalpindi an important city?

Rawalpindi is an important administrative, commercial, and industrial centre. Its industries include locomotive works, gasworks, an oil refinery, sawmills, an iron foundry, a brewery, and cotton, hosiery, and textile mills; it also produces shoes, leather goods, pottery, newsprint, and tents.

Which is beautiful city in Pakistan?

Islamabad is considered as the most beautiful city in Pakistan. In 2015, Islamabad was ranked as one of the most beautiful capitals in the world.

Which city of Pakistan is famous for fruits?

Quetta Quetta is at an average elevation of 1,680 metres (5,510 feet) above sea level, making it Pakistans only high-altitude major city. The city is known as the Fruit Garden of Pakistan, due to the numerous fruit orchards in and around it, and the large variety of fruits and dried fruit products produced there.

Which fruit is the most growing fruit in Pakistan?

Guava – Most popular fruit of Pakistan The cultivation for Guava in Sindh is done on 24,000 acres of land.

Which city is called fruit basket of Pakistan?

Quetta can rightly be called the fruit basket of Pakistan. Plums, peaches, pomegranates, apricots, apples, guavas (locally called zaitoon), some unique varieties of melon like Garma and Sarda and cherries, pistachios and almonds are all grown in abundance.

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