Rs one crore 40 lakhs will be provided for Narmada Parikrama Path
Bhopal : Rs one crore 40 lakhs will be provided for the construction of the Narmada Parikrama Path in Amarkantak. In addition to this, assistance will also be provided for the development of basic infrastructure, cleanliness and beautification of the Narmada origin area. Urban Development and Housing Minister Shri Jaivardhan Singh announced this at the conclusion programme of Amarkantak Narmada Mahotsav organized in Anuppur district. He said that necessary funds for Amarkantak Tourism and Convention Centre will also be made available.
Minister Shri Singh said that Amarkantak Narmada Mahotsav will be celebrated every year. He said that well-known singer Padmashri Shri Kailash Kher will be made the brand ambassador of the Mahotsav. Shri Kher gave a musical performance at the ceremony.
Shri Singh prayed to Maa Narmada at Ramghat and wished for prosperity of the state. He met Acharya Mahamandaleshwar Brahmarishi Ramakrishnananda Maharaj and discussed problems and suggestions related to Amarkantak region. Those present on the occasion were Tribal Affairs Department, Denotifed Nomadic and Semi- Nomadic Tribes Development Minister Shri Omkar Singh Markam, MLA Shri Phundelal Singh Marco and Shri Sunil Sarraf besides other people’s representatives.