Jaipur| The Rajasthan government has prepared detailed project reports for the renovation of 11 religious places in order to promote tourism in the state.
Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje today said that the government was working to make the state a hub of religious tourism and took up the project to renovate 11 religious places.
Addressing public in a temple in Nagaur district, Raje said that the government has planned to develop one religious place in every district so that the religious tourism could be promoted. Public Health Engineering Minister Kiran Maheshwari, Agriculture Minister Prabhu Lal Saini, PWD Minister Yunus Khan and others were present on the occasion.
Meanwhile, the government today appointed Prem Narayan Galav as the executive chairman of Rajasthan Senior Citizen Board. Dungargarh MLA Kishna Ram, Tara Nagar MLA Jainarayan Punia, Dr Usha Mathur and Ravi Bohra are appointed as members of the board.
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