world tourism day: government has taken various measures for tourism industry’s revival and recovery- The central government is talking to all the stakeholders of the industry to revive the tourism industry.
- There is immense potential in the field of tourism in India.
- The emphasis of the government is also on Responsible and Sustainable (Responsible and Sustainable) tourism.
- The Center has also announced various packages and relaxations for the sector.
The central government is talking to all the stakeholders of the industry to revive the tourism industry, which is battling the Kovid epidemic. Along with this, its emphasis is also on Responsible and Sustainable (Responsible and Sustainable) Tourism. This came out in a conference organized by the Ministry of Tourism on the theme of ‘Tourism for Inclusive Development’ on the occasion of World Tourism Day on Monday.
Union Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy said that tourism is important in inclusive development and said that it will strengthen the country’s economy. He described vaccination as important to get the industry back on track after Kovid. He asked all the stakeholders of the tourism sector to pay special attention to health and safety related issues in the wake of the pandemic. He said that the ministry is talking to various stakeholders to improve the situation in the sector affected by the Kovid epidemic. The Center has also announced various packages and relaxations for the sector. At the same time, he also described free visas for the first five lakh foreign tourists after Kovid as an important initiative to promote foreign tourism.
Tourism is the engine of economy’s growth: Om Birla
On this occasion, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla termed tourism as the engine of growth of the economy and said that there is immense potential in the field of tourism in India, as there are different types of tourist places from beaches to deserts. He emphasized on the widespread use of mediums like IT to promote domestic and international tourism. At the same time, keeping in mind the increasing craze of rural tourism in the world, he said that emphasis should be laid on the ambitious and ambitious efforts towards promoting rural tourism in the country. He believed that this would also help rural handicrafts, life and economy to move forward.
Responsible tourism campaign will be run
On this occasion, the Ministry, United Nations Environment Program and NGO Responsible Society of India also signed an agreement, which will drive responsible tourism campaign in the country. In this campaign, emphasis will be laid on making all the stakeholders of the tourism sector responsible and aware.
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