Tourism and Culture Minister V Srinivas Goud today expressed happiness at the world tourist village recognition to Bhudan Pochampally in Yadadri Bhuvangiri District by UNWTO.
Speaking to news persons the Minister extended thanks to the UNWTO for granting the tourist village recognition. Bhudan Pochampally is noted as a skill city of India and has a rare history and tourist spot he claimed.
We wrote to 70 nations to recognise its speciality of clothes production and historic importance, the minister said. There are many other villages and places in the state to get such recognition, he said. Budhavanam in the state will get similar recognition soon, he said.
The Minister demanded that the Centre should give Rs 300 cr towards the development of Ramappa Temple which got international recognition. He urged the centre to see all the states equally and cooperate for development in the tourism sector and other fields. The minister said that the language and slang of Telangana were insulted and now are appreciated.
Minister KT Rama Rao is focusing on Mega Textile Park to push cloth production and the Centre should avoid partiality to some states.
He attributed the prestigious award to the efforts made by chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. The state would have developed more if the award came 60 years ago, he said. The minister accused the centre of playing a partisan attitude to our state on giving recognition and funds.
The successive governments failed to make efforts for awards to the villages which are more in our state.
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