The industrialists in Jharkhand have thought of a unique tourism development project Jharkhand Darshnam. The industrial body said they have charted out a comprehensive plan to develop a new circuit for tourism which, they claim, would attract thousands of tourists from across the world. The project would be developed in a forest area of the state and would showcase the rich tribal culture and heritage to the guests.
A delegation of the Federation of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FJon Wednesday called upon state tourism minister Suresh Paswan and intimated to him about their plans. “It is a very attractive plan and I am interested,” said Paswan.
According to the plan FJCCI along with the tourism department would develop 400 hectares of forest land into a tourism hub. The department prefers that the plot be in the heart of the tribal habitation. On the forest land the department would develop cottages where tourists can stay and enjoy cultural activities.
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