Bhopal : The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that Madhya Pradesh is a state that is enriched in nature and wildlife. The wildlife, nature and tourism are such economic activities that are educational and expect sensitivity. It is a responsible tourism activity. He said that it has to be promoted with sensitivity and special attention should be paid to tourism potential. Shri Kamal Nath was dedicating a Safari film produced by Shri Suyash Keshari at Minto Hall here today.
The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that tiger controls our eco-system. He said Madhya Pradesh has the status of Tiger State in the world not only in the country. We have to use this wealth in the prosperity of the state and in the interest of the people of the state. He said that our state is a rich state in terms of tourism, forest and wildlife. Through this, we can create a better profile of Madhya Pradesh which will attract not only tourists from our country but also from abroad. Shri Nath congratulated Shri Suyash Keshari for making an excellent Safari film and hoped that the state will benefit from it.
The Chairman of Madhya Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) and Patron of World Wide Fund for Nature Shri Antony DeSa in his welcome speech said that the objective of the programme is to promote the wildlife and nature tourism in the state. He lauded the role of World Wide Fund for Nature in this matter. Appreciating the efforts of the Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath in this direction, Shri DeSa said that when Shri Kamal Nath was Union Minister for Environment and Forest, a chain of efforts for nature conservation was started by him and he also laid the foundation of wildlife tourism.
The Producer of Safari film Shri Suyash Keshari gave introduction about the film and informed about the production process. The vote of thanks was proposed by the Secretary Tourism Shri Faiz Ahmed Qidwai.
The Minister for Tourism Shri Surendra Singh Baghel Honey, Minister for Public Health Engineering Shri Sukhdev Panse, Chief Secretary Shri S.R. Mohanty, Senior Administrative Officers, Members of World Wide Fund for Nature and Prominent Citizens were present on the occasion.