Maharashtra government aims to develop and conserve 22 existing tourist spots in Mumbai

 Friday, February 14, 2020 


As per a recent statement, the Maharashtra government has declared that it will prioritize developing and conserving existing 22 tourist spots in Mumbai. This move comes in a wake to attract more tourists from India and abroad to these sites.


For development and upgradation of these tourist attractions, the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra Mr. Ajit Pawar directed that funds should be made available immediately for the conservation and development of 22 tourist destinations in Mumbai.


Also, a presentation was made for artistically developing the Mumbai University fort. Emphasis was given to the heritage status of the area to be maintained. Besides this, the tourism ministry is also planning to set up a Bollywood museum, cricket museum in Mumbai. A plan has also been also made for the conservation and development of the Gateway of India.


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