Gujarat to have Wagah-like border viewing point
On the lines of Wagah Border point, the famous tourist attraction in Punjab, Gujarat would soon have its own `Border Viewing Centre' near Suigam, a village near the Indo-Pak border in Banaskantha district.
Chief Minister Vijay Rupani made the announcement while inaugurating the annual `Rann-Utsav' at Dhordo in the Rann of Kutch today.
"To promote tourism, state government is planning to open a Border Viewing Centre at Nadabet near Suigam village of Banaskantha.
We will provide all the facilities which are available to tourists at Wagah Border," Rupani said.
Rupani also inaugurated ten `Bhungas', traditional Kutchi huts, which will rented to tourists. He also visited a tent city erected in the white Rann of Kutch and enjoyed a camel ride, stated the release.