There was a time when Kashmir was known as the Heaven on Earth. Undoubtedly, Kashmir is one of the most beautiful places in India. The mesmerizing scenic beauty of this place is unmatchable. But why we are talking about Kashmir? Here’s why. Recently, a Twitter user named Ranjeet Kumaar urged PM Modi to visit Kashmir. His tweet went viral in an instant, but a buzz was created when PM Modi replied to Ranjeet Kumaar’s tweet.
People are praising and appreciating PM Modi for sharing his views on the beauty and rising tourism in Kashmir. If you are curious to know further about the incident, then you are at the right place.
PM Modi’s Opinion on the rising tourism in Jammu and Kashmir
It is now evident that, with rising sustainability, tourism is getting better in Kashmir. This could be witnessed in the tweet made by the Department of Information and Public Relations (DIPR). Tagging the prime minister, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the Union Ministry of Tourism, and the government of Jammu and Kashmir, DIPR wrote,
“Tourism sector in J&K is being developed as per the vision of sustainable development goals and focus is being given to strengthening the hospitality segment & establishing a robust tourism infra.”
Tourism sector in J&K is being developed as per the vision of sustainable development goals and focus is being given to strengthen the hospitality segment & for establishing a robust tourism infra.@PMOIndia@HMOIndia@tourismgoi@OfficeOFLGJandK pic.twitter.com/gSsUZa8Spk
— Information & PR, J&K (@diprjk) October 7, 2022
PM Modi in response to a tweet by the government celebrating the “record number of tourist arrivals,” change and developments in the Union Territory said
“Wonderful news! Compliments to the people of Jammu and Kashmir for their warmth and hospitality”
Wonderful news! Compliments to the people of Jammu and Kashmir for their warmth and hospitality. https://t.co/HmVgZobj0A
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 7, 2022
Netizen replied to the Prime Minister’s earlier tweet
Earlier, Ranjeet Kumar shared pictures from his recent trip to Kashmir. He visited the place after 45 years and was even told that Kashmir is as beautiful as ever. Kumaar, in a response to the Prime Minister’s earlier tweet regarding a record number of tourist footfall in Jammu and Kashmir, wrote,
“I visited Kashmir late last month, after 45 years of my visit as a student, and found those places like Baisaran, Aru, Kokernag, Achhbal, Gulmarg, and Srinagar still very beautiful. Only Char Chinar in the Dal Lake has one old chinar tree. People have the same warmth. Must visit.”
I visited Kashmir late last month,after 45 years of my visit as student and found those places like Baisaran, Aru, Kokernag, Achhbal, Gulmarg, Srinagar still very beautiful . Only that Char Chinar in the Dal Lake has one old chinar tree. People have same warmth. Must visit. pic.twitter.com/IWtmphBG4Q
— Ranjeet Kumaar (@ranjeetspecial) October 8, 2022
PM Narendra Modi’s reply
PM Modi replied to Ranjeet Kumaar’s tweet saying “Excellent.” He also shared a picture of his visit to Srinagar in 2019 in response to a tweet urging him to visit Kashmir. Sharing a picture of himself beside the Dal Lake in Srinagar PM Modi said in the tweet,
“Excellent. I’m also tempted to share a picture from my visit to Srinagar in 2019.”
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 8, 2022
You will be surprised to know that over 1.62 crore tourists visited Jammu and Kashmir since January, which is the highest record in the past 75 years of Indian Independence. There has been a rise in tourism employment opportunities in several places. Poonch, Rajouri, Jammu, and the Kashmir Valley are among them.