Jammu and Kashmir’s Tulip Backyard to open for guests on March 25- See pics | India Information
New Delhi: Asia’s largest tulip backyard, located on the banks of the Dal Lake, Jammu and Kashmir is all set to be thrown open on Thursday (March 25) for the guests.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter to share photos from the backyard and praised the “majestic” tulip backyard located within the foothills of the Zabarwan Mountains.
Tomorrow, twenty fifth March is particular for Jammu and Kashmir. An imposing tulip backyard on the foothills of the Zabarwan Mountains will open for guests. The Backyard will see over 15 lakh flowers of greater than 64 varieties in bloom. pic.twitter.com/LwRPglZ1jO
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 24, 2021
Shaiq Rasool, in-charge of the backyard, mentioned, “We’re absolutely ready for the opening of the backyard. The early bloom of the flowers has already began and in just a few days mid and late bloom may also be seen. We anticipate an enormous rush of vacationers this time.”
In wake of the continued COVID-19 pandemic, sufficient measures have been taken and it has been determined that no customer could be allowed to enter the backyard with out face masks. All of the Customary Working Procedures (SOP) shall be adopted in letter and spirit.
Shaiq knowledgeable, “We’re taking full precautions amid rising coronavirus instances. We have now put in sanitiser machines and thermal scanners shall be there to examine the temperatures. We’ll ban anybody with out a masks to enter the backyard. We anticipate individuals to keep up social distancing.”
The backyard shall be thrown open for the guests after a niche of two years. It was closed as a result of lockdown imposed by the federal government following the surge of COVID-19 instances final 12 months.