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Tourism Minister inaugurates work on 27 projects worth Rs 187 crore

Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 15 (UNI) In a major initiative to renovate and scale up tourism infrastructure across Kerala, State Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran on Monday inaugurated work on 27 projects at a total cost of Rs 187 crore.

Inaugurating the works through video conferencing, Surendran said Tourism in Kerala is fast picking up, putting behind the setback inflicted by Covid-19. “Visitors are coming to tourism centres, which is a good sign. The newly launched tourism projects get a good number of visitors and it will help the revival of tourism sector,” the Minister said.

Noting that no other government in the history of the state has implemented such a large number of projects in the tourism sector, Surendran said, “If…

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