Published on : Sunday, July 21, 2019
While answering to a question in the state assembly, Singh stated that the new policy will add circuits in adventure tourism, rural tourism, religious tourism, archaeological tourism.
In the last four financial years, he mentioned that Rs. 213.05 crore was received by the Union Ministry of Tourism, out of which Rs 178.24 crore has been spent on the development of tourism.
As per the minister, in 2018-19, Rs 49.80 crore was spent for tourism development in Hadoti region. The government will be spending Rs. 10.61 crore on three projects in this area in 2019-20, he said.
The minister has given a comprehensive account of the expansion works undertaken for promotion of tourism in the state in the last four years and expenditure incurred on them.
He explained that in order to endorse tourism in the state, the comprehensive project report of the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife Tourism Circuit, Desert Circuit, Tribal Circuit and Eco Adventure Circuit has been sent to the Government of India.