Comprehensive efforts for tourism development of the district should accelerate the economic cycle — Bhujbal

Nashik, Mar 6 ( ) Nashik district is a leading district in all types of tourism. Also known as religious tourism, the district has now made its mark in adventure, medical, educational and agricultural tourism. A tourist visiting the district provides employment to 80 people. Therefore, everyone should make efforts for the development of tourism in the district and speed up the economic cycle, said the Minister of State for Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection and District Guardian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal. He was speaking at the conclusion of the Bird Festival organized at Nandur Madhameshwar Sanctuary and the distribution of prizes by the Guardian Minister Mr. Bhujbal today. Madhumati Sardesai-Rathod, Deputy Director, Directorate of Tourism, Dr. Archana Pathare, Provincial Officer, Niphad, Vikram Ahire, Assistant Conservator of Forests, Dr. Sujit Nevese, Forest Officer Shekhar Deokar, Chapadgaon Forest Committee Chairperson S ta Darade were present. Mr. Bhujbal further said that Nandurmadhameshwar and Lonar are two tourist destinations in Maharashtra which have got Ramsar status. Therefore, after traveling thousands of kilometers, these birds are coming to Nandumadhyameshr and they should be conserved. While protecting the parties, the Guardian Minister Shri. Bhujbal said. While he was the Minister of Tourism, various development works were carried out in the area of Lonar. This lake was also conserved. Some more at Nandumadhyameshr If facilities are required, his proposal should be sent. Tourism makes a person old and new, so one should recharge oneself by giving a few moments of one’s life to tourism. Tourism gives impetus to the economic cycle. Therefore, tourism should be developed so that the tourists coming to Nashik can stay longer. However, the support of the Public Works Department is very important in developing tourism, said Guardian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal. Regarding the distribution of prizes in the photo competition, the Guardian Minister said that a photograph is the answer to many questions in your mind. It also creates a storm and gives peace of mind. Before the program, Guardian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal visited each stall and got information. Also remove eco-friendly tattoos on your hands. The winners of the wildlife photography competition were honored by the Guardian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal. The first prize went to Dr. Jayant Phulkar, 2nd Charuhas Kulkarni, 3rd Omkar Chavan and Roshan Pote and Anand Bora were honored. Senior Photographer Shirish Kshirsagar and Anil Abhange were also felicitated by the Guardian Minister. RDS JM 2113

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