Assam CM Sonowal opens Kaziranga National Park for tourists
Assam CM Sonowal opens Kaziranga National Park for tourists

Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday gave a big gift to the tourist  who were eagerly visiting to Kaziranga National Park. CM opened the park for tourists for 2020-21. The jeep safari started from Wednesday (today) in Kohora and Bagori ranges of the national park while other two ranges would be opened from November for the visitors where elephant safari will also be started.

Addressing to Media, chief minister Sonowal said, “From today onwards, the Kaziranga National Park has been opened for tourists, both domestic and foreign.” He hoped Assam’s tourism sector would be revived after the COVID19-induced lockdown situation with the opening of the Kaziranga National Park. He also expressed optimism that the unemployed youths in and around Kaziranga would find meaningful employment again through jeep safari and other tourism activities.

Referring to one-time financial assistance to people engaged in jeep safari to alleviate their economic stress due to corona, CM said the state government would take more such initiatives in the future for providing succour to the people engaged in tourism sector of the state. He also called on the people to maintain all corona protocols in visiting the Kaziranga National Park and other such places of tourists’ interest so that the spread of the pandemic can be contained.

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