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Bokaro to submit proposal for development of 13 spots for tourism

The Bokaro administration of Jharkhand on Sunday said it has identified 13 spots for developing them as tourist destinations and would send a proposal in this regard to the state government, reports Divy Khare for TOI.

The identified spots are hills, dams and riverbeds which have been popular among the locals for years.

In a statement, Bokaro Deputy Commissioner Kuldeep Choudhary said the spots are Chechka Dham, Ram Lakhan Tungdi, Mrigkho Kasmar, Durga Pahari Kasmar, Barwaghat Chas, Sewati Ghati Kasmar, Satanpur Hill, Garga Dam, Banso Temple in Bermo, Dugda Pahari Temple in Chandrapura, Rajabeda in Chandrapura and Konar Dam.

These locations were zeroed in at a meeting of the district tourism promotion committee which comprises MLAs of Bokaro, Chandankyari and Gomia assembly constituencies and the deputy commissioner.

Choudhary said the district administration would formally send proposals for the development of these locations to the state government soon. (Source: TOI)

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