‘Mera Desh, Meri Shan’ Campaign from Mysuru to Mathura Launched

Mysuru:  “Mysuru is ideal for tourism, which should be developed to draw tourists from all over the world,” opined Mysore Airport director R. Manjunath. He was speaking after launching a Pravasi Abhiyan Nanna Desha Nanna Hemme organized by the Brahma Kumaris at a function held at Jnana Prakasha Bhavan in Yadavagiri. He said that Mysuru has earned a name in the cultural and spiritual sector which should be made aware to the tourists.

Speaking on the occasion, Tourism Department Regional Manager U. B Uday Kumar opined that introspection of facilities available in Mysuru should be done before claiming that the city has everything for tourism. He claimed that indiscipline was responsible for many inadequacies. The Government employees cannot act and function independently, and hence sought the cooperation of the employees of all departments and the public to uphold tourism to the desired level. He opined that every tourist place should have good roads to access, ample drinking water, and clean toilets. 

Brahma Kumaris Mysuru SubZone Head BK Lakshmi, Shipping Aviation and Tourism Wing National Convenor BK Kamlesh, Hotel Owners Association President C. Narayana Gowda, and Mysore Travel Association President H. Shivalingaiah and others were present.

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