• Back ground: 
  • Central India: The tourist welcomed … the adivasi exiled 

In maintaining with nature-based tourism and ecotourism’s global trends, and with famous destinations attaining capacity, the government ofIndiais progressively launching fragile areas for the development of tourism. For tourism, a considerable overlap that is being suggested is present among the new areas and ancient conflict zones. It is being proclaimed by the government that conflicts will be decreased by the tourism’s introduction. But, the fact is that the situation is additionally worsen because the development of tourism frequently leaves the conflict’s root causes uncertainly and works against the sustainability’s principles. For development of tourism one region targeted is the central belt ofIndia, including the states of Chattisgarh, Orissa, Jharkhand, and Madhya Pradesh. All these states along with their abundant mineral resources, forest and water have been understanding number of cases of indigenous community’s marginalization through modern projects development.

The Indian government has initiated its ‘Incredible India’ movement in order to develop India as a destination for tourism’s  The movement showcases the Indian diversity and provides everything required by the tourist from deserts, royal treats to wellness, beaches, spiritual centers and wildlife to heritage trains. Additionally, by enlarging this, cruise tourism is identified as a thrust area. 

In this consideration, in order to chart out an action course, following committees have been created: 

  • National Committee on cruise shipping: This committee has represented under chairman, MPT (Mumbai Port Trust) in order to expand the cruise tourism’s potential as well as to ascertain needs of infrastructure at recognized ports.
  • National Committee under Director General of Tourism: This committee has been emerged in order to deal with issues related to market.
  • Portlevel Committees under personal chairmen with all the relevant service provider’s representatives: these committees are formed for resolving and addressing problems at the port level, and for monitoring the needs of tourists as well as cruise vessels.
  • Standing Committee under Secretary, In-charge of Tourism of respective State Government with stakeholders: this committee is formed in order to monitor and increase necessary related services of tourists at the places of tourist’s interest.  

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