Govt Of Himachal Pradesh To Spend Rs. 27 Crore On Tourist Culture Centre Deemkataroo
The State Government was committed for the alround and balanced development of the State with a special focus on those areas which have remained neglected so far. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said this while addressing the Seraj Mandal Milan Programme.
Chief Minister said that the BDO office sanctioned at Balichowki would go a long way in fulfilling the long pending demand of the people of the area. He said that he would soon lay the foundation stone of Combined Office (Mini Secretariat) building at Thunag to facilitate the people. He said that work on the construction of the Degree College at Thachi would be started soon.
Jai Ram Thakur said that the State Government was laying special focus on the development of Seraj area as it was due their support that the area got the opportunity to head the State. He said that during his recent visit to the Jhenjheli area, he had laid foundation stones of developmental projects worth Rs. 55 crore which would open new vistas of progress, development and prosperity in the area. He said that the tourist culture centre to be constructed at Deemkataroo would give a big boost to the tourism development in the state. He said that for this a provision of Rs. 27 crores has been made. He said the area had immense tourism potential and it would be harnessed in a planned and sustainable way. He said that Janjehli had been brought under eco-tourism project to make the area as a major tourist destination.
Jai Ram Thakur said that Rs. 41 crores had been sanctioned for Balichowki area for providing water supply scheme and a bus stand would also be constructed at Janjehli in near future. He said that efforts would be made to construct the helipad of Janjehli soon to facilitate the high-end tourists to visit this beautiful place. He said that in the coming times, efforts would also be made to link Janjehli with heli taxi service.