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BTAB resolves to boost tourism in Bodh Gaya | Patna News – Times of India

GAYA: The Bodh Gaya Temple Advisory Board (BTAB), at its meeting held on Saturday, resolved to promote tourism and initiate steps that would increase tourist footfall in the heritage town.
Secretary (tourism) Santosh Kumar Mall said at the meeting that there was a plan to boost international air traffic at Gaya and Bodh Gaya with the expansion of the runway at Gaya airport. “The government has also approved ropeway project at Brahmayoni, Pretshila, Dhungeshwari and Vanavar hills,” he added.
Ambassador of Vietnam to India, Pham Sang Chau, who presided over the meeting, said, “Buddhist nations have a significant role in development of the Bodh Gaya temple. Before the outbreak of Covid pandemic, crores of tourists used to visit Bodh Gaya throughout the year. They will visit the heritage town again in large numbers after the situation normalises.”
Magadh divisional commissioner-cum-BTAB member secretary Mayank Warwade said Bodh Gaya is ready in more attractive look to welcome…

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