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ITDC to handover Brahmaputra The Ashok to Assam Government

Monday, April 3, 2017, 11:22 Hrs  [IST]
HBI Staff |New Delhi

India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), an autonomous corporation under the Ministry of Tourism, will transfer the rights of Brahmaputra Ashok Hotel Guwahati to Assam Government soon. The Assam Chief Minister , Sarbananda Sonowal has received an assurance in this regard from the Union Tourism Minister, Dr Mahesh Sharma during their meeting in Delhi this week end.

Sonowal in a twitter message has confirmed this decision of Government of India. The transfer will happen “within a few days”, he said. Meanwhile, the Union Tourism Ministry also sanctioned a sum of Rs 98.35cr for Assam for the development of heritage tourism circuit in the State comprising Tezpur-Majuli-Sivasagar. The financial support will be given under the Swadesh Darshan scheme of the Ministry of Tourism, government of India.

 
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