In what comes as a lift to Buddhist pilgrimage circuit in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, Kushinagar’s airport is being upgraded to facilitate worldwide flights. Kushinagar will be India’s 29th worldwide airport and will improve the connectivity which will inturn enhance tourism and hospitality within the area.
The determination was taken as part of PM Modi’s Rs 20 lakh crore package deal to revive India’s economic system from the in poor health results of the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
Union Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Wednesday tweeted, “fulfilling a long pending demand of pilgrims & visitors, Union Cabinet under visionary leadership of Sh @narendramodi Ji has declared the airport in the holy Buddhist city of Kushinagar, where Lord Buddha attained Mahaparinirvan, as an International Airport.”
Fulfilling an extended pending demand of pilgrims & guests, Union Cabinet beneath visionary management of Sh @narendramodi Ji has declared the airport within the holy Buddhist metropolis of Kushinagar, the place Lord Buddha attained Mahaparinirvan, as an International Airport. pic.twitter.com/snSOe1qm86
— Hardeep Singh Puri (@HardeepSPuri) June 24, 2020
Kushinagar is a pilgrimage city within the Kushinagar district of Uttar Pradesh. It is a vital Buddhist pilgrimage website, the place Buddhists consider Gautama Buddha attained Parinirvana after his loss of life. It is a world Buddhist pilgrimage centre.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi additionally tweeted concerning the up-gradation of the airport and its advantages for the tourism and pilgrimage within the area.
Great information for Uttar Pradesh, tourism and these impressed by the noble ideas of Lord Buddha!
Kushinagar Airport will now be a world airport. Connectivity will enhance considerably. More vacationers and pilgrims will additionally imply higher alternatives for native inhabitants.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 24, 2020
“Great news for Uttar Pradesh, tourism and those inspired by the noble thoughts of Lord Buddha. Kushinagar Airport will now be an international airport. Connectivity will improve significantly. More tourists and pilgrims will also mean better opportunities for local population,” PM wrote in a tweet.