Head administrator Narendra Modi took to Twitter to share pictures and adulated the “magnificent” Tulip Garden in Jammu and Kashmir.

New Delhi: Asia’s biggest tulip garden, arranged on the banks of the Dal Lake, Jammu and Kashmir is good to go to be opened up on Thursday (March 25) for the guests.

PM Narendra Modi took to Twitter to share pictures from the nursery and adulated the “magnificent” tulip garden arranged in the lower regions of the Zabarwan Mountains.

Shaiq Rasool, responsible for the nursery, said, “We are completely ready for the kickoff of the nursery. The early sprout of the blossoms has effectively begun and in a couple of days mid and late blossom will likewise be seen. We anticipate a gigantic surge of vacationers this time.”

In wake of the progressing COVID-19 pandemic, sufficient measures have been taken and it has been concluded that no guest would be permitted to enter the nursery without face covers. Every one of the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) will be continued in letter and soul.

Shaiq educated, “We are avoiding potential risk in the midst of rising Covid cases. We have introduced sanitiser machines and warm scanners will be there to check the temperatures. We will boycott anybody without a veil to enter the nursery. We anticipate that people should keep up friendly removing.”

The nursery will be opened up for the guests following a hole of two years. It was shut because of the lockdown forced by the public authority following the flood of COVID-19 cases a year ago.