Jambu zoo, Tawi Riverfront and Tirupati Balaji temple project works to boost Jammu tourism in future

The Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Shri Manoj Sinha conducted an on-site inspection of key projects currently under development in the district of Jammu. He ascertained the progress of the work being carried out on three sites and laid emphasis on timely completion of all the projects. Dheeraj Gupta, Principal Secretary to the Government Department of Forest, Ecology and Environment, briefed the Lieutenant Governor on the progress of Jambu Zoo. It is being built at a cost of more than Rs 49 crore. Interacting with media persons, the Lieutenant Governor said that the progress on all the projects visited are satisfactory. The Lieutenant Governor inspected the Tawi Riverfront Development Project, a project being developed under Smart City in Jammu. The third project is a temple being built by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) at village Majeen in Jammu. The Tirupati Balaji temple will be in sync with the other temples for which Jammu is popularly called the ‘ City of Temples’. The Lieutenant Governor said broadly, work progress is satisfactory. For a long time, the residents of Jammu were aspiring for these and in the coming future, it will be fulfilled, LG said. These projects will boost tourism in Jammu. People’s income will also increase. People from outside will come to visit Jammu, LG said.

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