Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar inaugurated Tourism Punjab App and DTS system App on World Tourism Day. Usman Buzdar said that complete information about 511 tourist spots are being provided through Punjab Tourism App. He said that citizens can get online information and services related to tourism through the app. This app is also helpful for providing the rout of the tourist destination. Citizen can get benefit from the facilities being provided by Tourism Development Corporation Punjab online. TDCP hotels can also be booked online. Citizens can download this app from Google Play Store. DTS system app has introduced for the tour operators. Tourist operators now can get online registration. The tourist operators’ affairs have been automated. The Chief Minister has also directed to provide e-payment facility. He said that ease is being provided to the people in every field of the life by using latest technology. A comprehensive policy has been formulated for the promotion of tourism in the province. Punjab will be turned into the center of tourism under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan as Punjab has a great potential in this regard. Promotion of tourism will generate new employment opportunities. Government will take all possible steps to promote tourism in the province. Later, a high level meeting was held under the chair of Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar to review the steps taken for the promotion of tourism. The meeting was also briefed about the salient features of Punjab Tourism App. The meeting was attended by Advisor to the Chief Minister for Tourism Asif Mehmood, Chief Secretary, Chairman Punjab Information Technology Board, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Managing Director Tourism Development Corporation Punjab, Head of Special Monitoring Unit and concerned officials. Meanwhile, on the direction of Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar, Special Committees have been constituted headed by provincial ministers in order to review the performance of various provincial departments. These special committees will review the policy, budget, targets, initiatives and performance related issues besides matters pertaining to further improve the performance and service delivery of the concern departments. The Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister has issued notifications in this regard. The committee headed by the Senior Provincial Minister comprising Secretaries of Finance and P&D departments, concerned Additional/Deputy Secretary CM Office, Head of Special Monitoring Unit and other members will review and submit its report about the performance of the five departments including Transport, Schools Education, Higher Education, Primary & Secondary Health and Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Departments. Similarly, the committee headed by Provincial Minister for Law & Parliamentary Affairs comprising Add. Chief Secretary Home, IG, Secretaries of Finance, P&D, Law and Prosecution departments, SSP Law & Order CM Office, Head of Special Monitoring Unit and others will review the performance of seven departments including Police, Home, Prisons, Prosecution, Law, Social Welfare & Bait-ul-Mal and Cooperatives departments. The committee headed by the Provincial Minister for Industries will conduct the performance audit of 5 departments including Industries, Commerce, Investment and Skill Development, Mines & Minerals besides Labour & Human Resource departments. This committee will also review the performance audit of Environmental Protection and Energy departments. Add. Chief Secretary Services Economy, Secretaries of Finance and P&D departments, Additional/Deputy Secretary CM Office, Head of Special Monitoring Unit will be the part of this committee. The other Special Committee headed by the Provincial Minister for Finance will review the affairs of Housing, Urban Development and Public Health Engineering, Board of Revenue, Excise & Taxation, Communication & Works, Tourism and Archeology as well as Punjab Information Technology Departments. This committee include Secretaries of Finance and P&D departments, Additional/Deputy Secretary CM Office, Head of Special Monitoring Unit and other members. Special Committee headed by Provincial Minister for Agriculture will review the performance of Agriculture, Livestock & Dairy Development, Irrigation, Forests and Wildlife & Fisheries departments. This Committee will consist of Additional Chief Secretary Agriculture, Secretaries of Finance and P&D departments, Additional/Deputy Secretary CM Office, Head of Special Monitoring Unit and other members.