On Sunday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath congratulated the people on World Tourism Day and said that tourism has endless employment opportunities. Employment opportunities will be increased through tourism and eco-tourism. This is also important and work is being done to further the PM’s campaign for a self-reliant India. The Chief Minister was speaking at the inaugural function of two short films based on eco-tourism produced by Gorakhpur Forest Department at Gorakhnath Temple.
The Chief Minister said that tourism is not just about tourist spots or entertainment. Tourism not only brings us closer to nature, but also opens the door to employment. We have a lot of potential not only in religious tourism but also in eco-tourism. According to the theme of this year’s World Tourism Day ‘Tourism and Rural Development’, tourism and employment opportunities will be increased in rural areas across the state including Gorakhpur. He released and watched a short film made by Gorakhpur Forest Department.
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The Chief Minister said that Uttar Pradesh is the largest state in terms of population of the country, there are many places that can be developed from eco-tourism point of view besides Gorakhpur. Center. In terms of eco-tourism, Lakhimpur Kheri Chukra and Chandauli’s Chandraprabha forest division are also very rich. There are many such possibilities in the whole state. He said that the documentary presented by Gorakhpur Forest Department is an attempt towards such a possibility. The Forest Department, the Tourism Department and other departments work together to move this forward. Good results will come out.