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Shri Ram Sena demands publicity of Jammu tourist spots
Expressing serious concern over diminishing tourism sector in Jammu city in wake of direct train access to Katra town, Shri Ram Sena state president Rajiv Mahajan has demanded the state government to create and develop tourist destinations in and around Jammu city to attract more and more tourists.

In a press statement, Mahajan said that due to direct run of train to Katra town, the business of Jammu has fallen considerably which has caused frustration among the business community here. He said Jammu has a good potential of tourist attraction spots which need to be upgraded and publicized on national level.

Mahajan said, Jammu- the city of temples has a good number of ancient temples, shrines and cultural heritage buildings with a history background and can be a great source for boosting tourism in Jammu. The only need is to develop these temples, shrines and heritage structures besides a wide publicity on national channels to attract more tourists in order to augment economy of the state as well of traders' fraternity.

Mahajan appealed the state government to make provisions for live telecast of the Aarti of Raghunath Ji temple, Bawe Wali Mata temple, Peer Kho temple etc on national channels to familiarize the historic importance of these places among the tourists so that more and more tourists are enticed to visit Jammu and contribute in enhancement of the tourism related business in Jammu besides restoring back the lost avenues of business in the greater interest of Jammu people.

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