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Punjab Government plans to develop Ranjit Sagar Dam into a tourism hub

Monday, November 10, 2014, 13:30 Hrs  [IST]
By HBI Staff | Chandigarh

Punjab government has drawn up major destination development plans around Ranjit Sagar Dam in Pathankot district of Punjab. The government has identified three islands in the Dam project - Kulara, Musharba and Athrwan - to set up luxury resorts, water sports activities, etc. Sukhbir Singh Badal, Deputy Chief Minister of the State has taken a group of hospitality investors to the site last week in order to brief them about the investment opportunities in the area.

He assured the group that the government will create conducive hassle-free investment atmosphere in the destination. He said that a six-lane road will connect these sites with Pathankot airport soon. The government has started the process of finalising the architectural design including a golf course, resorts and water sports and the same will be ready by early next year, he said.

 
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