Special tourist huts to boost tourism in Udhampur’s Panchari

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Udhampur (J-K), July 23 (ANI): In a bid to boost the tourism industry and create employment opportunities in Panchari, a small hill station situated 40 kilometers away from Udhampur, the Central Government is building infrastructure under Prime Minister's Development Package. In November 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced a Rs 2241 crore rupee development package for the tourism industry which includes new projects and tourist circuits and setting up of 50 tourist villages. The government is building huts for the tourists in the lush green Chulna, an area under Panchari. The total cost of this project is Rs 7.01 crore. It is believed that this project will create employment in the region. Panchari is a classic example of healthy life in the lap of nature. The place has many fascinating natural landscapes. The fact that it is less popular among the tourists makes it an apt holiday destination for relaxing.

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