The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, September 20
Punjab Cabinet Minister Anmol Gagan Mann participated in the three-day national conference of Tourism Ministers of various states and union territories of the country at Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. This conference was organized by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India from 18 to 20 September to discuss the issues related to the development of tourism in the country.
Cabinet Minister Anmol Gagan Maan participated in this conference with the aim of developing Punjab as a tourism hub at the international level and the boundless possibilities of tourism in Punjab.
Representing Punjab in the National Conference for the development of the tourism industry in Punjab and to highlight it further, she said that tourism is being given top priority in the country and abroad today. She said that the state government under the leadership of Chief Minister S.Bhagwant Singh Maan is continuously striving to make Punjab a tourism hub for domestic and foreign tourists. On this occasion, She shared information about Punjab’s rich heritage, historical buildings and lifestyle with the various representatives who participated in the national conference.
She said that the heritage and culture of Punjab reflects its ancient glory. The experience of travel in Punjab is a source of inspiration for the culture, heritage, history and mutual love of the people. She said that Punjab will soon be seen on the map of the world as a tourism destination.
This conference held at Dharamshala in Himachal was presided over by the Union Minister for Culture and Tourism Mr. G.Kishan Reddy. The National Conference was specially attended by Union Ministers, Tourism Ministers of various States and Union Territories Tourism Ministers, administrators and senior government officials, state governments and heads of tourism and hospitality associations. The main objective of this national conference was to promote the development of the necessary infrastructure for tourism. In this conference, there was a special discussion on the issues and opportunities related to the development of tourism.