Jharkhand to get Rs-3 crore ‘Mud Complex’!

Ranchi: The Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das announced on Tuesday that a ‘Mud Complex will be built at Dumka at a cost of Rs 3 crore. It will have cottages, conference hall, cafeteria, auditorium etc – all made of mud.

The chief minister said that tourists would be able to live in ‘natural surroundings’ in the complex. Mud festival will be celebrated at the mud complex in February-March every year.

Global tourist destination

The chief minister made the announcement while inaugurating Massanjore Tourist Complex here. He said that his government is committed to making Jharkhand an international tourist destination. “To publicise this place, the next cabinet meeting will be held at Massanjore, he said.