‘Prior permission mandatory to visit Dachigam’
Srinagar, May 28: The Wildlife Warden, Central Division Srinagar on Saturday said prior permission is mandatory to visit Dachigam National Park here on City outskirts.
“It has been observed that the educational institutes often visit Dachigam National Park without seeking prior permission required under rules. As a result inconvenience is not only caused to the students but it also becomes difficult for the department to entertain them,” the Wildlife Warden said in a statement.
“It is, as such enjoined upon all educational institutions that they should get prior permission from Tourist Reception Centre, Srinagar and Dachigam National Park to visit the Park. The desirous could also apply on Fax No: 0194-2462327 duly signed by designated authority,” the statement added.
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