SUBJECT :In a unique initiative on eco-tourism, the district administration of Bankura is setting up two tree houses in the forests of Jhilimili in Ranibandh region 

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Kolkata, February 20, 2018: In a unique initiative on eco-tourism, the district administration of Bankura is setting up two tree houses in the forests of Jhilimili in Ranibandh region.

This will attract more tourists to the region.

According to a senior administrative official of the district, the tree houses will be constructed in a way that will make them appear to be situated on the branches of trees.

These would be ideal for short stays, and from here people would be able to enjoy the scenic beauty of Ranibandh.

This project is part of a series of initiatives for promoting Bankura district as a tourist destination. Two beautiful collates and two Swiss tents would also be set up in the area.

The State Government’s Paschimanchal Development Parishad has allotted Rs 78 lakh to give a new look to Jhilimili.

The tree houses would be completed within the next six months.

It needs to be mentioned that Mamata Banerjee, after coming to power as Chief Minister, undertook a series of measures to free the western region of Bengal from the grip of the Maoists.

Her efforts led to huge development of the region, and the opening up of many places as tourist spots. Ranibandh is one such spot, which has benefited immensely from the Chief Minister’s efforts.


Source: uniindia.com