Nandi hills will be developed as International tourist place: Health n Medical Education Minister Dr.K.Sudhakar

Nandi hills will be developed as International tourist place: Health n Medical Education Minister Dr.K.Sudhakar
   

*Nandi hills will be developed as International tourist place: Health & Medical Education Minister Dr.K.Sudhakar*

*Developmental works at a cost of Rs.10 crore*

*Rope way will be a reality now*

*Chikkaballapur – February 25, 2021*: Popular hill station Nandi hills in Chikkaballapur will be developed as international tourist destination, says Health & Medical Education Minister Dr.K.Sudhakar who is also district in-charge Minister. He was speaking to the media here after inspecting the ongoing works at Nandi Hills.

Nandi hills and surrounding places are very attractive. Along with beautiful Flora and Fauna Nandi Hills also has a historical and spiritual significance. This has all the qualifies to be developed as an international tourist destination. Government has already sanctioned Rs.10 crore for the purpose, said the Minister.

There was a popular demand from the public for a rope way since 15 years. Though an international agency earlier agreed for the project, later it was dropped. Now the dream is becoming reality. More than 10 acre land will be allotted in the foot hills to convert as parking area. The work will be completed in 3-4 months said Dr.Sudhakar.

Nandi hills is 30 KM away from Bengaluru International airport. People can reach here in just 1 hour from Bengaluru. We are making efforts to develop this area. Chief Minister B.S.Yediyurappa has extended full co-operation in this regard, tender will be called soon to allocate the work order, said the Minister.

Trekking trials to 5 hills surrounding the Nandi hills, eco-tourism, conservation of archeological monuments, beautification, infrastructure development etc will be done in the coming days. CM will give priority for tourism sector in the coming budget, he added. He also said that, it is decided to completely ban use of plastic in the Nandi Hills.