Jaipur, September 19. On Sunday Shri Govind Singh Dotasra visited harsh parvat in Sikar district to know the problems faced by the tourists from the temple priest Shri Manoj Kumar. He told the officials of the forest department, tourism, public works department to make a plan for development works like road, shade, parking, canteen facility, and temple restoration for tourism development on harsh parvat so that the work can be taken up as soon as the budget is sanctioned.
Shri Govind Singh Dotasra said that an action plan is being prepared for the Shekhawati circuit for tourism development in the Shekhawati region. He said that Rs 6 crore will be spent for the first road of harsh parvat which will help people to travel to the temple to visit Bhaironath. Also, an estimate of other development works is being prepared for tourism development on harsh parvat.
Shri Dotasra said that to develop harsh parvat as tourism, the archaeological department at Bhainruji temple will give shade for the devotees to sit. Shadows, huts, and chairs will be on the way for the pedestrians so that they can sit here and enjoy this natural beauty.
He said that a guest house of the Forest Department is being built at Harsh Parvat where all arrangements are in place and these should also be made for the common people, hence Rs.8 crore will be spent for development works on Harsh Parvat. He said that efforts will be made to arrange a ropeway at PPP turn at Harsh Parvat, which would make it easier to reach the temple.
District Collector Shri Avichal Chaturvedi, Conservator of Forests Bhima ram Choudhary, SDM Sikar Smt. Garima Lata, Dhod SDM Shri Mithlesh Kumar, PRO Shri Puran Mal, Superintending Engineer Jaldaay Shri Chunni Lal, Superintending Engineer PWD Shri Sairmal Meena, Assistant Director Tourism Shri Devendra Choudhary, Assistant Tourism Officer Shri Anand Bhardwaj along with concerned departmental officers were present.