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Rajasthan to announce Rural Tourism Policy next month

The final draft of Rural Tourism Policy for Rajasthan is on the verge of completion and will be announced next month, Chief Secretary Usha Sharma said, reports Daiji World.

The policy is likely to be announced during the annual convention of the Indian Heritage Hotels Association (IHHA).
Sharma, who has been the Tourism Secretary of Rajasthan besides having a stint in the Union Tourism Ministry, was speaking during a meeting with a delegation of the Federation of Hospitality and Tourism of Rajasthan (FHTR) led by FHTR chief Apurv Kumar.

Sharma said that in the forthcoming ‘Invest Rajasthan’ programme in October, tourism will be a thrust sector which will play an important role in attracting investments.

She said the state government stands committed to making enabling policies for the promotion of tourism in Rajasthan as well as attracting investments in the sector.


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