By TC News Desk
Agartala: September 27. Tourism minister Pranajit Singha Roy today informed that the tourism infrastructure of the state is being revamped and so that the tourists visiting the state can get to know the state more.
On the occasion of World Tourism Day, Heritage Walk was organized in Agartala today. This walk was organized under the initiative of Tripura Tourism Development Corporation.
The theme of this year’s World Tourism Day is ‘Re-Thinking Tourism’. Inaugurating this heritage walk at Ujjayanta Palace, Tourism Minister Pranajit Singha Roy said that the World Tourism Day is celebrated every year on this day with the aim of promotion, promotion and cultural exchange of tourism.
In this program in the state from September 22, seminars, bike rallies, bicycle rallies, exhibitions are being held to showcase the state’s tourism resources and potential to the whole world.
The minister further said that after the corona pandemic, tourism is now turning around the world.
“Tourists have started moving from one place to another. Tourism brings together different cultures and creates good people-to-people relationships. It carries the message of strengthening the relations of one country with another country. In this regard, state tourism is now far ahead. The tourism infrastructure of the state is being revamped, so that the tourists visiting the state can get to know the state more”, he said.
Apart from Minister Singha Roy, Tourism Department Secretary Kiran Gitte, Director TK Chakma, Joint Director Dilip Debbarma along with various private tour operators and citizens from different sections participated in the heritage walk. This heritage walk starts in front of the Ujjayanta Palace after roaming various routes of Agartala city ends at Heritage Park.