Two North East circuits under Swadesh Darshan Scheme inaugurated in Arunachal Pradesh
Two important projects under Swadesh Darshan Scheme of Ministry of Tourism, Government of India were inaugurated at PTSO Lake in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh. These projects are “Development of North East Circuits: Bhalukpong – Bomdila – Tawang Project & Nafra – Seppa – Pappu, Pasa, Pakke Valleys – Sangdupota – New Sagalee – Ziro – Yomcha Project.”
These projects were jointly inaugurated by KJ Alphons, Union Minister of State (IC) Tourism; Pema Khandu, Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh and Jarkar Gamlin, Minister for Tourism, Government of Arunachal Pradesh. Other important dignitaries were also present on the occasion.
The project Development of Bhalukpong- Bomdila – Tawang was sanctioned by the Ministry of Tourism in March 2015 for Rs. 49.77 Crores. Under this project, the Ministry has developed facilities like accommodation, cafeteria, wayside amenities, last mile connectivity, pathways, toilets, a multipurpose hall at Jang, Sorang Monastery, Lumpo, Zemithang, Bumla Pass, Gritsang TSO lake, PTSO Lake, Thingbu and Grenkha Hot Spring, Lumla, Sela Lake.
The project Development of Nafra- Seppa- Pappu, Pasa, Pakke Valleys- Sangdupota- New Sagalee- Ziro- Yomcha was sanctioned by the Ministry of Tourism in December 2015 for Rs. 97.14 Crores. The facilities developed under this project includes Helipad, Wayside amenities, trekking trails, Rafting Centre, Log Huts, craft bazaar, Eco Park, Tourist facilitation centres, parking, multipurpose Hall, festival ground, etc.