Maha cabinet approves Tata Group’s proposal for setting up 5-star tourism centre

The land for the upcoming project has been acquired by the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC)

Maharashtra government, Maharashtra cabinet, The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), Tourism centre, Sindhudurg district, 5-star tourism centre

The Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), a subsidiary of Tata Group has received Maharashtra cabinet’s approval on their proposal for allotting 54.40 hectares of land in coastal Sindhudurg on a 90-year lease.

The hospitality chain had requested the allotment of land for setting up a five-star tourism centre.

The upcoming facility, which will be a first-of-its kind in the district, will come up in Shitole Velghar village in Vengurla.

The land for the upcoming project has been acquired by the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC).

"Tourism is the main service sector to boost the state's economic development and hence the government has decided to set up a five-star tourism centre in Sindhudurg district," the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said in a statement.

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