Mathura: Additional General Director for Tourism saw development work in Govardhan

Mathura. Additional Director General for Tourism Rupendra Brar, who reached the place of birth, is at AVDA U?
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Govardhan (Mathura). Additional Central Government Director General (IAFS) Tourism, Rupendra Brar, came to Mathura on Friday to conduct an on-site inspection of ongoing Rs 39 billion development work under the Prasad program in Govardhan. After visiting Vrindavan and Sri Krishna’s birthplace, I visited the works of Govardhan. A team of three also accompanied him.
The deputy chairman of the Mathura Vrindavan development agency, Nagendra Pratap, and the general director of tourism Rupendra Brar have commissioned the construction of a multi-storey car park in Govardhan, the public comfort center at Mansi Ganga, the development of Chandra Sarovar, the founding of the Surya academy, the Installation of bench boards in the vicinity of Girirajji He was satisfied with the on-site visit.
During darshan in Shri Krishna’s birthplace, he expressed his appreciation by seeing the handicrafts made in the shop. In Vrindavan, Rajesh Kumar Singh, Secretary of the Mathura-Vrindavan Development Authority, presented him with a bouquet of flowers. During the inspection, Vice President Nagendra Pratap gave Rupendra detailed information on the entire work. OSD Kranti Shekhar Singh, the agency’s special representative, was also seen handling the arrangements.

Govardhan (Mathura). Additional Central Government Director General (IAFS) Tourism, Rupendra Brar, came to Mathura on Friday to conduct an on-site inspection of ongoing Rs 39 billion development work under the Prasad program in Govardhan. After visiting Vrindavan and Sri Krishna’s birthplace, I visited the works of Govardhan. A team of three also accompanied him.

The deputy chairman of the Mathura Vrindavan development agency, Nagendra Pratap, and the general director of tourism Rupendra Brar have commissioned the construction of a multi-storey car park in Govardhan, the public comfort center at Mansi Ganga, the development of Chandra Sarovar, the founding of the Surya academy, the Installation of bench boards in the vicinity of Girirajji He was satisfied with the on-site visit.

During darshan in Shri Krishna’s birthplace, he expressed his appreciation by seeing the handicrafts made in the shop. In Vrindavan, Rajesh Kumar Singh, Secretary of the Mathura-Vrindavan Development Authority, presented him with a bouquet of flowers. During the inspection, Vice President Nagendra Pratap gave Rupendra detailed information on the entire work. OSD Kranti Shekhar Singh, the agency’s special representative, was also seen handling the arrangements.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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