Chandigarh: The Haryana government will
implement some of the tourism projects through Public Private
Partnership (PPP) mode as part of its efforts to project the
state as a key tourist destination.
The projects to be implemented under this model included
integrated tourism resort at Kalesar, integrated tourism
resort and spa at Mallah, Madhogarh, amusement, theme parks at
Karna lake and Kurukshetra (Pipli), amusement park at Tilyar
lake, Rohtak and adventure camping sites at Surajkund,
Damdama, Hodal and Dharuhera,an official spokesman said today.
The official said Tourism Council under the chairmanship
of Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has also been
constituted under the Tourism Policy for comprehensive planned
development of the state as a key tourist destination.
Thrust was on human resource development, systematic
marketing and adoption of new technologies in the sector, he
Under the policy, the tourism and hotel projects had been
declared as an industry so that these could get similar
concessions or incentives as availed by industries in the
state, he added.