CM corrects governor, says tourism contributes major share of Kerala’s revenue

Pinarayi Vijayan. Photo: Biju Varghese/Mathrubhumi Archives

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan pointed out that the tourism sector contributes to the major revenue share of the state. CM elucidated the revenue generated under the department and the significance of launching novel initiatives in this sector at the inaugural ceremony of Hyatt Residency hotel.

CM’s statements could be considered as retaliation against governor Arif Mohammed Khan, who alleged that the state’s key revenue comes from liquor and lottery sales.

Meanwhile, Union Minister V Muraleedharan said that the Gujarat model has been exceptional in the case of development. Abolishing hartals and strikes has aided Gujarat to achieve remarkable growth of the economy, opined Muraleedharan.

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