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Tourist spots in Purulia being developed by the Bengal Govt

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Kolkata | Wednesday, May 24 2017 IST
The West Bengal Government is enthusiastically developing the district of Purulia as a tourist destination. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had, during a public meeting in the distinct, stressed on the potential of Purulia as a destination for tourists, and the present initiatives are a result of that. A decision has been taken to develop a tourism circuit in the district by stringing together spots in the Ayodhya Hills region. As a part of that, roads have already been built connecting the spots to Jhalda, Baghmundi and Balarampur. The less-known but equally beautiful tourist spots are also in the process of being connected through roads. The State Government has also chalked out plans to build tourist resorts. Private operators are also being encouraged in these ventures. Some of the prominent tourist spots of the district, besides the Ayodhya Hills, are the Jaichandi and Garpanchakot Hills, Kashipur Rajbari, Koshjuri, Baranti Bird Sanctuary, the forst of Dandahit, Muraddi Lake, Garpanchakot, Bandwan Duarsini and Doladanga.UNI SJC KK

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