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Jul 07, 2019
8:00AM

Assam Govt to develop over three hundred tourist spots

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Assam government has taken a step to develop 316 tourists spot in the state.

Participating in an AIR talk show, Managing Director of Assam Tourism Development Corporation Bhaskar Phukan said that 150 crore rupees will be spent to develop these locations under Axom Darshan.

Mr Phukan said that toilet, waste management, drinking water and waiting shades to be built or develop across the state in important locations.

He also said that stress has been given to generate employment opportunities in the tourism sector.

Mr. Phukan added that river tourism is one of the sought after sectors in Assam and the state government will utilise the mighty Brahmaputra to develop the sector.

He mentioned that trainings are also being given to those who are involved with the sector for skill development. 

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