If tourists come to Bihar, they should stay here for a few days, Tejashwi Yadav urged investors to provide such facility.

Patna. Deputy Chief Minister cum Tourism Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav urged investors to come to invest in the tourism sector, the government guarantees you that there will be no problem in Bihar. The number of tourists has increased in the state, but they do not stay here. The tourist facilities of the state should be in such a way that even if tourists come to Bihar, they stay for a few days. If they come once, they will feel like coming to Bihar a second time also. The state government has implemented a new tourism policy, in which provisions have been made to provide various types of subsidies and facilities to entrepreneurs in the tourism sector. Advice and suggestions from experts in the tourism sector will also be included in it.

Discussion on tourism policy with hoteliers

The Deputy Chief Minister was addressing tour operators and hoteliers at a hotel on Thursday after discussing tourism policy with them. He said that the department is trying to improve the existing facilities in the state so that it It should be more easy, safe and equipped with facilities for tourists. If tourists stay here for more days, then revenue as well as employment will increase. There is immense potential in the state in the tourism sector. There are water sports, jungle safari, history, heritage. And religious tourism is everything.

Gave government jobs and employment to five lakh people

The Deputy Chief Minister said that we do what we say. Only the Education Department has given more than two lakh jobs in just 70 days. The Grand Alliance government has given government jobs and employment to five lakh people in its one and a half year tenure. The government has organized investor meet along with agriculture roadmap, tourism policy and IT policy. The government wants that there should be no shortage of employment for the youth.

Tourism policy booklet and calendar also released

Before this, the Deputy Chief Minister also released the tourism policy booklet and calendar prepared by the Tourism Department and awarded the winners of the reel making competition. The program was also addressed by Agriculture Minister Kumar Sarvjit, Industry Minister Sameer Kumar Mahaseth and IT Minister Israel Mansouri. Meanwhile, department secretary Abhay Kumar Singh shared information regarding tourism policy.

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