Newly elected state minister keeps faith on tourism for building Maharashtra’s economy

 Friday, January 10, 2020 


After taking charge of the tourism and environment ministry, Aaditya Thackeray said that Maharashtra’s economy can be built on tourism, and his ministry will prepare a regional tourism plan for the same.


“Maharashtra has Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s forts that are a wonder. It has a beautiful coastline, mountains, and a green belt. We are coming up with a regional tourism plan that will be presented before the cabinet once ready,” said Thackeray.


The state minister said that he believes that his portfolios of tourism and environment are very important for the state. He said that he discussed the issue of tourism development with theminister of state for environment (MoS) Sanjay Bansode, and MoS for tourism Aditi Tatkare on Wednesday. “We are a team, and will work with the aim of pulling in maximum national and international tourists to Maharashtra,” Thackeray said.


Reacting to the BJP’s losses in the Nagpur district council polls, Thackeray said, “The people of Maharashtra have shown they have faith in MVA. Our mantra has been not to engage in politics after elections are over, and focus on development work.”


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