Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu has visited the manmade Sii Lake during his visit to Ziro in Lower Subansiri district.

The Sii Lake is being developed at Biirii as part of the Sii Water Conservation Project.

This manmade lake is bound to boost the tourism sector of the district, especially Zero, the chief minister said.

Another manmade lake, Siikhe Lake that attracts a lot of tourists by offering boat rides in its pristine water amidst the beautiful surroundings of the Ziro valley.

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The chief minister applauded the innovative efforts of the local residents, whose active participation has helped in attracting tourists to the valley.

On the other had, the Arunachal government recently launched the ‘Trans Arunachal Drive 2021’ as part of its ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ campaign to revive and promote the tourism sector of the state that had been hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The drive began from the Golden Pagoda in Namsai on April 7 will see participants travelling through the diverse landscapes of the state to explore their tourism potential.

The drive will end in Tawang on April 19.

“Another beautiful lake coming up in #Ziro. The Sii lake (Sii water conservation Project at Biirii) when completed will be bigger and is expected to be more beautiful than #SiikheLake. Appreciate the innovative minds of Ziro people to boost tourism!” Pema Khandu tweeted.

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