Women to manage 3 MTDC resorts in a month

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar: Resorts belonging to the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) in Nagpur, Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar as well as Palghar will be run completely by women within a month, a top official of the state-run body said on Saturday.The recruitment for the initiative, which will require six managers, 12 mid-level and 35 other staff members, is already underway, MTDC director Shraddha Joshi Sharma told reporters.At first, three resorts will be operated in this manner. All operations, including security at the resorts and kitchen-related works will be managed completely by the women employees. We have crafted a gender policy for our resorts, she said.The MTDC director was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the 38th annual convention of Indian Association of Tour Operators on Saturday. PTIWe also published the following articles recentlyRushikonda resort works put on fast trackThe construction of a luxury resort on Rushikonda hill in Visakhapatnam, which could potentially house the chief ministers office, is being expedited by the state government. Tenders have been floated for various construction works, including a boundary wall, landscaping, and interior works. The road leading to Rushikonda is also being extended. However, the project has faced controversies and legal challenges, with irregularities confirmed by an expert committee. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy plans to relocate the CMO to Visakhapatnam around Dasara.37 held for gambling in resort owned by doctor37 people, including five women, were arrested for engaging in gambling at a resort in Rishikeshs Ganga Bhogpur area. The arrests were made following a tip-off about ongoing gambling activities at the resort, which is owned by a well-known doctor. During a raid, police found the accused gambling inside the resorts wellness center and seized cash, poker chips, mobile phones, and liquor bottles. The resort owner and three others were booked, and an investigation is ongoing to identify any other involved individuals.Gwalior tense as protesting Gurjars resort to violenceViolence erupted at the Gurjar Mahakumbh in Gwalior as frustrated youth demanded attention to their concerns. The protest, organized by the Gurjar Maha Panchayat, aimed to raise demands ahead of the assembly elections. However, tensions rose when officials failed to address the crowd, leading to disruptions and clashes with the police. Key demands included political representation, cultural preservation, and justice for a community member. In other news, the mayor of Jaipur conducted surprise inspections and demoted officials over cleanliness issues, while leaders of the Masih community in Chhattisgarh demanded fair representation. Additionally, members of the Dhangar community in Kolhapur protested for Scheduled Tribe status.

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