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Guliyakhali beach is a protected tourist zone in Ctg

13 January 2022


Chattogram Bureau :
 ...The Ministry oCivil  Aviation and Tourism has declared 259.10 acres of Khas Khatian No. 1 in Guliyakhali beach area of Sitakunda upazila as a tourist reserve zone.
The information was given in a circular signed by Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism  on Monday (January 10) by order of the President.It was mentioned that the development and development of tourism industry in 259.10 acres of Khas Khatian No. 1 in Guliyakhali beach area of Sitakunda upazila of Chittagong district is being hampered or is likely to be further hampered in future due to unplanned construction or any other activities. In this context, for the purpose of planning, development and development of tourism industry and service sector of Bangladesh and for construction of unplanned facilities or control of any other activities in tourism potential areas, this area has been declared as Tourism Protected Area by virtue of Section 4 (4) of Bangladesh Tourism Protected Areas and Special Tourism Zones Act, 2010. Is done '.
From Sitakunda Bazar, a CNG-powered autorickshaw can be seen on the embankment near Guliyakhali beach. After crossing the embankment and walking a little way on the muddy ground with a pair of shoes in hand, the roar of the sea will come to your ears. Before going to the beach, you will see a grass bed in Keora forest. A small valley between the Keora forest and the green.Chittagong Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Mominur Rahman told  that the Ministry of civil  Aviation and Tourism has declared 259.10 acres of Guliyakhali beach area as a tourist reserve by order of the President.

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