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TFCI News: Hanumantiya ready for the water festival

Hanumantiya ready for water festival, tourism may get a boom. With this, the Chief Minister invited the tourists of the country and the state to come to Hanumantiya.

Khandwa: The fifth water festival started on Hanumantiya island on the banks of Indira Sagar Dam. State Forest Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah lit the lamp and inaugurated it, along with the state’s Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, through a video message, also made a virtual start of this water festival. On this occasion, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan invited tourists from all over the world to enjoy the beauty of nature.

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Hanumantiya invited to come

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh said that during the visit to Singapore, I had the idea of ​​developing islands as a tourist centre in Madhya Pradesh after seeing the island of Sentosa. Which came true in Hanumantiya. He said that the natural beauty of Hanumantiya tourist place located near the Indira Sagar Bake Water is amazing. With this, the Chief Minister invited the tourists of the country and the state to come to Hanumantiya.

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Arrive with family

On this occasion, Forest Minister Dr. Vijay Shah said that under the leadership of the Chief Minister of the state, many works have been done for the development of the tourism sector in the last year, Hanumantiya is also one of them. Forest Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah arrived here with his family, he also sailing in the lake of Indira Sagar Dam and sat in the hot air balloon and saw the beauty of nature. Forest Minister Dr. Shah said that more new tourist places will be developed in the state with the coordination of the Forest Department and Tourism Department.

Many programs will be done

Tourism Development Corporation has prepared 63 temporary and 7 permanent cottages for tourists on Hanuwantiya island. Various cultural programs, food plaza cafeterias, meeting halls and adventure sports activities, as well as cultural and folk arts-related programs, will be organized for the entertainment of tourists here. For the safety of tourists, it has been made mandatory for tourists coming to this island to apply masks, along with strict instructions to follow all other guidelines of Covid-19.

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