The Central Government has hastened the process to make Jharkhand a national tourist place. In this regard, Ministry of Information & broadcasting, Secretary, Amit Khare met officials in Chatra, Jharkhand and also reviewed the plans.
Religious tourist destinations of Chatra will be connected to Sanatan, Jain and Buddhist circuits to make people in and around the country aware about it.
Temple of Bhadrakali in Chatra is the centre of faith for people across the country. Central government is trying to bring Bhadrakali temple in the forefront of tourism.
Ministry of Information Secretary Amit Khare inspected the process of renovation at the temple which will cost 500 crore rupees.
Amit Khare said that government will use the medium of Doordarshan to create awareness and also promote the religious tourist destinations of Jharkhand.
The steps taken by central govt in this respect, will not only boost tourism but also generate employment opportunities in the state.
On his one day visit to Chatra, Ministry of Information & broadcasting, Secretary Amit Khare also offered prayers at the Bhadrakali temple with District Deputy Commissioner and other officers.