Share and Enjoy !


President Droupadi Murmu

President Droupadi Murmu concluded her three-day Jharkhand visit on Friday morning by meeting socio-political leaders at the Raj Bhavan before leaving for Delhi. She also expressed her gratitude to the Raj Bhavan staff for giving her warm hospitality even during her stint as the governor of the state.

Extending wishes to the people of the state through governor C P Radhakrishnan, Murmu said Jharkhand has a good potential for eco-tourism. “Proper development of this sector would provide many employment and entrepreneurship opportunities to the youth of the state,” she said.

Among the long list of people she met are representatives of Brahma Kumari, an institution that Murmu has been a part of for many years, former CM and BJP leader Babulal Marandi, Union minister of state Annapurna Devi, Ranchi mayor Asha Lakra, former minister Vimla Pradhan, members of the Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce and Industries, BJP leader Dineshananda Goswami, JMM leader Supriyo Bhattacharya, Congress state president Rajesh Thakur, Congress MLA Amba Prasad, officials of UCO Bank and several others.

Goa and Uttarakhand join hands to strengthen tourism offerings, connectivity

Tourism departments of both the states will work on joint packages to promote various tourism products, including adventure activities, ecotourism, spiritual tourism and wellness tourism. The states will also work together on human resource development, ensuring the exchange of knowledge and expertise in tourism, training and capacity building for tourism professionals.

Remembering her stint as the governor, Murmu noted in the visitors’ book that Jharkhand is like a second home for her. “My memories of those six years that I had spent on this picturesque Raj Bhavan campus have been rekindled. I express my heartfelt gratitude to governor C P Radhakrishnan and the employees for their warm hospitality. I praise the team members and the staff. I felt as if I have returned to my home. I wish them success in life,” she wrote.She also said that Jharkhand may not be very old but since ancient times, this region has had a distinct identity. “The example presented by Jharkhand people in respecting land, water and forests and adopting a natural lifestyle have become more important in this time of environmental crises,” she said.

  • Published On May 27, 2023 at 06:00 PM IST

Join the community of 2M+ industry professionals

Subscribe to our newsletter to get latest insights & analysis.

Download ETTravelWorld App

  • Get Realtime updates
  • Save your favourite articles

Scan to download App

Source link

Subscribe Us
To get notified when new post published

Share and Enjoy !


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *