AJHLA for promoting Jammu tourism
Filed Under: Business, World | Posted: 02/06/2012 at 4:31AM
Comments | Region: India
A meeting of the Jammu hoteliers association held here today under the chairmanship of its president, Inderjeet Khajuria has said that while Rs.1000 crore were sanctioned by the centre for cleansing and development of Dul and Wuler lakes in Kashmir, another 356 crore is sanctioned now for rehabilitation of Dul dwellers uprooted after their removal from the Dul banks and from the encroached land on the Dal.lake.
Against this the lakes and other water bodies in
No amount has been sanctioned for wide all weather road from Chichi Matta to Mansar. The link road between Mansar and Sruinsar is in shambles, denying approach to the tourists to the rich flora and fauna in the area. The
district are in total neglect.
The Central government has sanctioned only a paltry sum of Rs.6 Crore for development of border tourism at Souchetgarh and adjoining border spots like Chamlayal, which have vast potential to attract tourists.
Similarly the Gharana wet land at R.S.Pora, along international border, where millions of migratory birds visit from
caused to their crops by the migratory birds.
AJHLA has blamed the state government for not submitting the tourism related projects in
Even those tourism related projects in
AJHLA has also criticized the political leaders from
The others who attending the meeting included Ajay Gupta Sr. Vice President, B.S.Manhas Vice President, Pawan Gupta General Secretary, Baldev Treasurer, Sunil Suri and Vikramjeet Singh Secretaries.