“The Govt wishes youth & kids to see concealed gems all over India head overseas for vacationing and for this it plans to introduce ‘Bharat Ko Jaano’ drive quickly” said Mahesh Sharma, the union minister of culture & tourism.
“India is an undiscovered treasure hunt, so if powers are channelized in the proper direction, we’ll more Indians lingering to discover the anonymous locations in India,” said Mr Sharma during a casual communication with media.
“How many of you’ve toured Delhi zoo?” asked Mahesh Sharma.
“We sense tours to domestic destinations that provide knowledge regarding our culture and history will benefit if initiated in school set of courses,” he added.
However, he was fast to put in that proposal is in a primary phase.
When he was inquired how the culture ministry plans to make sure the security of tombstones that are still ignored in spite of being taken care of by the ASI (Archaeological Survey of India), Sharma said: “we’ve heard that Archaeological Survey of India isn’t working properly and we believe it.”
“But we expect to handle this problem, along with many others quickly and definitely,” he added.