Maha govt prioritizes to develop and conserve 22 tourist spots in Mumbai; aims to attract more visitors
In a recent statement, the Maharashtra government declared that it will give priority to develop and conserve existing 22 tourist spots in Mumbai. The move comes in a wake to attract more tourists from India and abroad to these sites.
For development and upgradation of these spots, deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar directed that funds should be made available immediately for the conservation and development of 22 tourist destinations in the city. Besides, a presentation was also made to artistically develop the Mumbai University fort and also emphasised that the heritage status of the area should be maintained. Apart from this, the tourism ministry is also planning to set up a Bollywood museum, cricket museum in thecity. Also a plan has been also made for the conservation and development of the Gateway of India.