Published on : Wednesday, October 25, 2017
The meeting of the regional tourism investors and stakeholders that would take place on Friday is likely to bring speedy clearance of project proposals along with simplification of procedures that will eventually ensure the finalization of a series of impending projects.
The State government in the north-coastal districts is interested on endorsing touring in a huge way with special emphasis on turning Visakhapatnam into a tourist capital, AP Chambers of Commerce and Industry Federation (APCCIF) president G. Sambasiva Rao and its Tourism Sub-Committee chairman K. Lakshminarayana informed the reporters on Tuesday.
They mentioned the State Government was equally interested in unraveling the tourist potentiality of other places in the State. Bhuma Akhila Priya, the Tourism Minister had numerous meetings in a series with APCCIF, commonly known as AP Chambers, to assertively endorse tourism in the State. On the Minister’s suggestion, APCCIF in partnership with AP Tourism Department was hosting the regional meets.
On coming Friday, the initial series of regional meets would be organized. The four districts like Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam and East Godavari would be discussed at the meet. On Nov 4th, the second one would be hosted in Hyderabad and the meets will take place at Kurnool, Tirupathi and Vijayawada tentatively fixed for Nov 10, Nov 17 and Nov 24 respectively.
Tourism Minister will take part in the regional meet in Vizag. The meeting would welcome all the senior officials of the Tourism and Culture Department and local authorities as well. Also, there would be presentations district-wise on the tourist ‘potential and opportunities’ available.