Union Minister of State met Haryana Chief Minister to discuss the development schemes in Haryana.
The Manohar Lal Khattar government of Haryana is also planning a virtual museum based on Gita and Mahabharat in Jyotisar near Kurukshetra.
Union Minister of State for Tourism and Culture (Independent Charge) Prahlad Singh Patel on Tuesday (June 29) said the Haryana Government had completed the first phase of the Krishna circuit project and was working on the second one.
Patel met Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in Delhi to discuss the development schemes related to spiritual tourism in Haryana. Speaking after the meeting, he informed Khattar has also presented a plan of building a virtual museum based on the religious scriptures in Jyotisar, a pilgrimage site near Kurukshetra.
"Haryana Government has completed the first plan Krishna circuit and is working on Krishna circuit plan two. He (Khattar) has a plan of building a virtual museum based on Gita and Mahabharat in Jyotisar, which is so big. We also discussed making a science city in Haryana," the Minister said.
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