District Tourism and Cultural Promotion Council constituted in Uttar Pradesh

District Tourism and Cultural Promotion Council constituted in Uttar Pradesh

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Category : State Published on: September 12 2022

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  • While the process has been finalised in 69 districts, it will take another week or so for the council to take shape in remaining districts.
  • The idea behind the initiative is to stir local economies with tourism potential, and also stimulate tourists, pilgrims and investors in unexplored and untapped hotspots. 
  • The council, to be headed by district magistrate of the respective district, will have district tourism officer, regional tourism officer and officers of the concerned department as its members.
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