Rs 500 cr to be spent on tourist infrastructure in J
Srinagar, Oct 29 (UNI) The Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir government would spent about Rs 500 crore in developing tourist infrastructure of international standard during the next five years in the state through various tourism development authorities (TDAs).
This was stated by state Tourism Minister Mohammad Dilawar Mir here last evening.
He said vast potential of adventure and heritage tourism and snow skiing and skating was being fully exploited to provide varied tourist attractions to the visitors.
Mr Mir urged everyone to present the situation in Jammu and Kashmir positively and act as brand ambassadors for Valley tourism.
The Minister said Jammu and Kashmir provided much more tourist attractions such as golf courses of international standard, snow skiing, world's highest Gondola and river rafting as compared to Switzerland.
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