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Maharashtra to connect 350 locations into an Eco-tourism circuit

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Maharashtra Minister of Finance, Planning and Forests, Sudhir Mungantiwar said that during the first phase, around 43 destinations under the grid will be taken up, whereas the remaining ones will be developed in the second and third phase. The state government has set aside INR 351 crore for the purpose of developing this circuit. The minister said that the Maharashtra Eco-tourism Board is already working on the project, and will also include Mumbai’s Sanjay National Park to it. He further stated that Maharashtra is the best state for all types of tourism, and is home to majestic forts, forest safaris, coastal tourism, and spiritual tourism. Moreover, tourism plays an important role in creating employment opportunities for locals in the state. Plus, the Eco-tourism Board would be implementing various initiatives considering all these aspects, which will be one of the major projects of the board. 

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