The menace of scorpion smoking is gaining popularity in parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Although there are no exact statistics that reveal the users’ percentage, research has been carried out to find the prevalence of scorpion smoking addiction.
A dead scorpion is first dried in the sunlight or burnt on coal. The coal is kept on a traditional stove, and the scorpion is allowed to cook until it burns to death.
Sohbat says opium’s affects are far safer than scorpion smoking.
The Tourism Corporation Khyber Pakhtunhwa (TCKP) and the Culture Department are jointly initiating a unique project to colour and paint the walls in Peshawar to give an eye catching look to the dwellers and the visitors of the city today.
The project titled Rang De Peshawar was formally inaugurated wherein officials of (TCKP) and Culture Department including Additional Secretary Tariq Khan, Deputy Secretary Adil Safi, Managing Director Mushtaq Ahmed Khan, Director Culture Abdul Basit and others were present.
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