Saudi Crown Prince to hunt houbara bustard in Pakistan

By: News Desk      Published: 04:41 PM, 8 Dec, 2020
Saudi Crown Prince to hunt houbara bustard in Pakistan

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman will hunt houbara bustard in Pakistan as he was awarded a licence in this regard, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Tuesday.

The members of royal families of Saudi Arabia and Qatar have obtained the permission for hunting houbara bustard in Balochistan.

The Saudi Crown Prince will demonstrate his hunting skills in Layyah and Bhakkar. Tabuk Governor Prince Fahad bin Sultan from Saudi Arabia are allotted Balochistan districts of Awaran and Chaghi for hunting. From Qatar Sheikh Khalifa Muhammad bin Khalifus Sani was allowed to hunt in Loralai while Sheikh Jassim bin Hamadus Sani was also granted the permission for hunting in Musakhel. Sheikh Muhammad bin Ali Sani was allotted Barkhan while Sheikh Sani Abdul Aziz was given Qalat and Sorab.

In total 18 sheikhs from Saudi Arabia and Qatar were succeeded in getting permission for hunting in Balochistan and other provinces.  

In return, the Balochistan government will receive Rs150 million for granting this permission.