Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, July 26: East Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner, Vijaya Jadhav along with other senior district officials, inspected the Burudih Dam and surrounding areas and instructed them to probe possibilities to promote the place as a tourism spot. She gave instructions to improve facilities for tourists.
Describing Burudih Dam and nearby areas as ‘A God-gifted gem of nature’ Vijaya Jadhav stated that the site was unique and pristine that would, when developed further, provide tourists with aesthetic joy provided by nature. “The district administration is seriously considering further steps to be taken to expand tourist facilities and enhance the natural surroundings in and around the Burudih Dam,” the DC informed.
DC Vijaya Jadhav gave directives to the senior administrative officials accompanying her to ensure cleanliness in and around the Burudih Dam, provide necessary support to the fisheries department and cooperatives, uninterrupted power, separate toilets for men and women, snacks and food kiosks, boulder-binding along the banks of the Dam, repair of roads leading to the Dam site, installation of solar panels, improved boating facilities among others.
Senior district officials accompanying the DC, Vijaya Jadhav on her Burudih Dam inspection visit, included Deputy Development Commissioner (DDC) Pradeep Prasad, ADM Law and Order Nandkishore Lal, Additional Deputy Commissioner Saurabh Sinha, District Supply Officer Rajiv Ranjan, DCLR Ravindra Gagrai, SDO Ghatshila Satyavir Rajak, Executive Magistrate Jaiprakash Karmali, District Public Relations Officer Rohit Kumar, Block Development Officer Kumar S Abhinav and others.