Punjab Tourism Minister Anmol Gagan Mann meets stakeholders : The Tribune India

Punjab Tourism Minister Anmol Gagan Mann meets stakeholders

Objects to playing of DJ inside Gobindgarh Fort

Punjab Tourism Minister Anmol Gagan Mann meets stakeholders

Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister Anmol Gagan Mann (R).



Tribune News Service

Amritsar, July 27

Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister Anmol Gagan Mann objected to DJ system inside the Gobindgarh Fort. She said the fort should reflect the history and legacy of legendary Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Instead of making it a venue of entertainment, the fort should reflect heritage and rich history, she said.

Holding a meeting with a section of people associated with the hospitality sector here on Wednesday, she said the government was committed to promote the tourism industry to make it a major source of income for people.

She took suggestions from people engaged in hotel industry and asked them to prepare a tourist-friendly road map for the development of the city. A detailed meeting pertaining to this to draw a plan to work accordingly will be held later.

Deputy Commissioner Harpreet Singh Sudan suggested that an authority be constituted for the development of tourism whose office should be in the city. A delegation of Amritsar Hotels and Restaurant Association (AHARA), led by its president APS Chatha, also forwarded several suggestions.

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