Sagarmala Program Boosting Tourism Economy in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu

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Sagarmala Program Boosting Tourism Economy in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu

Eight Floating Jetty projects 4 each in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka Sanctioned

Including this total of 11 Floating Jetty Projects sanctioned in Karnataka to date

By PIB Delhi

The Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways, under its Sagarmala Programme, has pushed a number of reforms and initiatives in the maritime industry to strengthen the country’s socio-economic and regulatory environment. One of the key initiatives of the Ministry is to promote and develop a unique and innovative concept of floating jetties ecosystem which when compared to traditional fixed jetties, offers a number of advantages, such as being environmentally friendly, having a longer shelf life, and modular construction.

Under the ambit of Sagarmala, Ministry has provided in-principle approval to 4 additional projects, taking the total to 11 floating jetty projects in Karnataka. These projects are located primarily on the Gurupura River and Netravati River and shall be used for tourism purposes. The other locations are Thannir Bhavi Church, Bangra Kuluru, Kulur Bridge, and Jappina Mogaru NH bridge.

Additionally, Ministry has provided in-principle approval to 4 floating jetty projects in Tamil Nadu. The projects at Agni Thertham and Villoondi Theertham are located in Rameshwaram, which is a renowned spiritual place in India. Additionally, the projects are located at Cuddalore and Kanyakumari and cater to tourists at these distinguished tourist destinations.

These projects will assist in offering safer, hassle-free transportation to tourists and will lead to overall development and upliftment of the coastal community.

Expressing his pleasure Union Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways Shri Sarbananda Sonowal said ‘Our Hon’ble PM lays high emphasis on providing strong connectivity, which is essential for building a developed India, the installation of these jetties will be a big push for socio-economic development of these regions in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and create new avenues for water-related tourism and regional trade with more employment opportunities to the local population’.

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