With the annulment of Article 370 and Article 35A, which allowed uncommon status to Jammu and Kashmir, the Maharashtra government intends to set up resorts in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
State the travel industry serve Jaykumar Rawal said that the state government has taken on a fundamental level choice to put resources into both Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.
“The MTDC (Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation) will make an interest in both the states by purchasing parcels where the retreats will be opened to encourage travelers, particularly from the state,” Rawal said.
“We are trusting that the legitimate procedure will be finished after which considerations will be held with concerned government authorities from both the states and a group of state officials will likewise visit prevalent spots to decide the best goal for the retreat,” he said.
MTDC is a state-claimed body engaged with the advancement and support of different traveler areas over the state. It additionally claims and keeps up resorts at all key traveler focuses in Maharashtra.
Rawal said he accepts that the withdrawal of the extraordinary status of Jammu and Kashmir will open an open door for interest in both the locales, which are well known among sightseers.
“MTDC wouldn’t like to pass up on this chance,” Rawal said.
A comparable office is additionally liable to come up in Lakshadweep also, the travel industry pastor said.
Rawal said a few people from Lakshadweep have moved toward him and demanded that there ought to be a MTDC office for sightseers in the Union region.
“They have additionally offered to give land at concessional rates to MTDC. We presently can’t seem to take a choice on the offer,” he said.