The tourist conference is being organized, he said, in order to draw attention to these parts of the state that previous state governments had neglected.
The state’s tourism summit, which will be held from September 11 to 13, according to chief minister Bhagwant Mann, would highlight the indomitable spirit of bravery, sacrifice, revolution, hard work, and hospitality passed down to the Punjabis from generation to generation.
The chief minister said Punjab is a land of gurus, saints, seers, poets, and prophets while extending an invitation to everyone to join the summit being held at Amity University in Mohali. It is a source of pride and satisfaction that the state has been a catalyst for numerous revolutions, including the green revolution and watershed movements in the struggle for freedom. The state is also endowed with a wealth of natural beauty, which attracts the attention of visitors to this holy land, stated the CM.
The tourist conference is being planned, he said, in order to draw attention to these parts of the state that previous state governments had disregarded.
The state’s tourism industry will be strengthened during the summit, for which six different sessions are being held. According to Mann, discussions will be held on a variety of subjects during these sessions, including Amritsar as a tourist destination, heritage tourism, ecotourism, farmstay tourism, cuisine and culinary tourism, wellness tourism, and media/entertainment tourism.
Source- Hindustan times