Maharashtra’s new Tourism Policy envisions an investment growth of upto Rs. 30,000 crore, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis told the state Assembly.
“We are promoting Maharashtra as the numero uno tourist destination by developing a robust tourism infrastructure and facilitating investment in the sector,” Fadnavis said.
The state Cabinet has approved the policy at its meeting on March 8, he said in the House through a statement.
The new Tourism Policy is expected to generate 10,000 new jobs and will focus on promoting private investments and accelerating project implementation through public-private partnership model, he said.
To enhance global investment prospects in the sector, the new policy will also undertake initiatives to reach out to global investors’ community, the CM said.