Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday said the development of Jungle Safari in the area falling in Gurugram and Nuh districts of the state will give a significant boost to the conservation and tourism of the Aravalli mountain range.
The CM said that on the one hand, the development of Jungle Safari in this area will help in preserving this mountain range, on the other, a large number of people from the national capital Delhi and neighbouring areas will visit here, which will help the local people in getting ample employment opportunities.
This was after the CM and Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala conducted an aerial inspection of the area earmarked for the development of the world’s largest Jungle Safari Park to be built on about 10,000 acres in Gurugram and Nuh district in the Aravalli mountain range in Haryana.
They also held a meeting with the officers of the District Administration and Forest Department and gave necessary directions regarding the marking of the areas and other works on the site earmarked for the proposed project.
Khattar said the state government has formulated Home Stay Policy with the aim of promoting tourism in Haryana and providing more employment opportunities to the villagers. Under this, tourists will also get a chance to get acquainted with the local culture, he added.