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New Tourism Policy Will Be Brought Soon: CM Gehlot

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New Tourism Policy Will Be Brought Soon: CM Gehlot

New Tourism Policy Will Be Brought Soon: CM Gehlot

Rajasthan Government will soon bring a new tourism Policy with an aim to promote tourism activities in the state.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced this while reviewing the Tourism Department through video conference.

He interacted with district-level officers of the tourism department and invited their suggestions to give pace to tourism.

The Chief Minister said that Rajasthan is a prominent tourism centre.

Livelihood of lakhs of people in the State depends on tourism.

This policy will help in bringing back the tourism sector on the tracks which is currently facing crisis due to COVID-19.

CM Gehlot said that "Fairs and festivals are our cultural heritage.

We need to give them a new look and introduce new things so that more and more domestic and foreign tourists can be attracted.

Rebranding of fairs and festivals including Pushkar Fair, Desert Festival, Kumbhalgarh and Bundi Festival should be done.

With introducing new thinking, activities should be included to attract tourists." The Chief Minister also underlined that Rajasthan has a large number of religious sites which are ancient and are important from the archaeological point of view.

CM directed the Officers to prepare an outline to develop these religious sites keeping in view increase in tourism.


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