Aurangabad, Jul 25 (PTI) A tourism group in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad has demanded that visitors to the world-renowned Ajanta Caves be given return tickets at the designated parking lot itself so that they are not inconvenienced.
At present, people have to leave their vehicles at a distance of 4 kilometres, take a one-way ticket and then go to the caves, Aurangabad Tourism Development Foundation (ATDF) president Jaswant Singh said.
The tourists then have to stand in queue at a place without sheds or seats to buy a return ticket, which wastes time of the staff and also inconveniences people, he added.
The ATDF has written to the local transport authorities to adopt a return-ticket mechanism so as to help tourists who flock to the site in large numbers, Singh said. PTI AW BNM BNM
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