Published on : Friday, October 13, 2017
The state government is also motivating the aspects of cultural tourism, mining tourism, waterfall tourism and tourism across the different spectacular tourist locales and developing infrastructure for this purpose as declared by Raghubar Das who is the Chief Minister for this Indian state.
The chief minister said that they have been working only on one sector. And they have been working on five to six sectors in parallel.
Das went on to add that Jharkhand would be developing tourism sector in phases and in the initial phase it is determined to develop four to five international tourist spots. He mentioned that they have been working on developing Deoghar on war footing. And similarly places like Parasnath in Giridih, Rajarappa in Ramgarh and Anjanidham in Gumla are being developed.
The chief minister further asserted that the number of global tourists had risen about four-fold from 2013 to 2016 increasing from 45,994 in 2013 to 1,69,442 in the year 2016.
And the number of domestic tourists had risen by about 65% in the last three years.
Das said that the tourist locales were required to be peaceful with an aim to lure national and international tourists. And the state government was making efforts to make sure that those spots continued to be free from militant activities. The chief minister said that the state was also planning to circuit tourism in various regions.
The state was already getting bus services ready at Tarapith and Bodhgaya.
The chief minister also said that next year the state government would be organizing Jharkhand Mahotsav where the traditions and culture of this Indian state would be demonstrated to the world.