Bhindawas bird sanctuary to be developed as tourist resort: Haryana CM
Under the plan, the youth of the area would be trained to offer their services as guides for the tourists visiting the Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary.
Manohar Lal Khattar, the Chief Minister of Haryana, on 19 May 2017 said that the Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary in Jhajjar, a heaven for the migratory birds, would be developed as a beautiful tourist destination.
The announcement was made after the Manohar Lal visited the lake, Prakritik Chetna Kendra, and the watch-tower set up in the Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary in Jhajjar. During his visit to the Sanctuary, he was accompanied by Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister Om Parkash Dhankar.
Highlights of the announcement
• He said that the facilities like arrangements for night stay of tourists and dispensary for birds and the wildlife would be provided at this place.
• He said that an assistant would soon be appointed in the dispensary.
• Apart from this, doctors of the Sultanpur Bird Century, Gurugram, would be made available online.
• Assistance would also be taken from the hospital for the wildlife set up by the Jain community in Delhi.
Besides, the CM also said that the youth of the area would be trained to offer their services as guides for the tourists visiting the sanctuary. The district administration would provide them three-month special training after which they would be given training certificates.