Intending to promote tourism in the district, the Floriculture department, in collaboration with District administration Ramban, opened Tulip Garden at Sanasar, marking the beginning of the new tourist season. The Chairperson of the District Development Council, Dr Shamshad Shan, formally inaugurated the Tulip Garden in the presence of the Deputy Commissioner, Ramban Mussarat Islam, at the famous tourist place Sanasar -established by the Floriculture department.

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DDC Councilors, Director Floriculture, Dr Jatinder Singh, SSP Mohita Sharma, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Harbans Lal Sharma, Addl. SP, Rajni Sharma, Joint Director Floriculture, Sunil Singh, Floriculture Officer Ishtyaq Ahmed, Executive Engineer Darshan Kumar and other officers besides tourists and locals were present at the function coordinated by the Assistant Floriculture Officer, Ramban/Udhampur, Arjun Singh.

After the inauguration, the Chairperson appreciated the Floriculture Department and District Administration for developing a beautiful tulip garden at Sanasar. She also appreciated the Government’s decision to expand the Tulip garden to include the addition of 40 Kanal land provided by the PDA to the department at Sanasar. She also asked the Director of Floriculture to develop a rose garden at Sanasar to attract tourists in all seasons.

Speaking on occasion, the Deputy Commissioner congratulated the Floriculture department on establishing a beautiful blooming Tulip garden at Sanasar.

The DC also advised the locals to conduct different activities to promote their local culture and folklore to attract tourists. Furthermore, he assured to take up the repair and renovation of Patnitop to Sanasar road in the stipulated time frame.

Meanwhile, the PRIs and locals expressed gratitude to the Floriculture department for developing the tulip garden at Sanasar, which helped attract tourists in March and April.

In his address, the Director Floriculture said that Jammu and Kashmir are endowed with unparalleled beauty and natural landscapes that have huge tourism potential.

While informing about major projects completed by the Floriculture Department, the Director announced that the Government had sanctioned a project of Rs 7 crore to develop the largest Tulip Garden of Jammu division over 40 Kanal land at Sanasar.