We will establish new centres of eco-tourism in Kerala: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday praised Kerala tourism and said that the state has great potential, adding that his government is committed to taking the country’s ‘Virasat’ to the world heritage scale.

Addressing a rally in Thiruvananthapuram, PM Modi assured of establishing new centres of eco-tourism in Kerala. “Kerala tourism has a great potential. We are committed to connecting global tourists with our ‘Virasat’. We resolve to take our ‘Virasat’ to the world heritage scale. BJP will ensure the overall development of big tourist destinations in Kerala. We will establish new centres of eco-tourism in Kerala,” PM Modi said.

Speaking further, the Prime Minister also mentioned the festival of Maliyali New Year Vishu, which was commemorated on April 9. “In such auspicious times, we are getting this blessing from the people of Kerala. This blessing is the blessing of a new beginning in Kerala,” he added. Vishu, marked as a harvest festival, is observed on the first day of the Malayalam month called ‘Medam’. In customary Hindu households, the day kicks off with family members waking up early to witness the auspicious “vishukkani”.

The Prime Minister further talked about the BJP’s ‘Sankalp Patra’ which was released by the party on Sunday and that BJP’s Sankalp Patra means “Modi’s guarantee.”

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