JKTA new office inaugurated
Srinagar, Dec 23: The J&K Tourism Alliance (JKTA), an amalgam body of tour operators and hoteliers of Kashmir, Ladakh and Jammu today moved to its new office premises at The Bund, here.
The swanky office premises was inaugurated by Director Tourism - Kashmir, Farooq A Shah in presence of JKTA chairman, G M Dug and other office bearers and executive members of the alliance.
Present on the occasion were also president CCIK M. Afzal Parray, chairman TAAK Rauf Tramboo, secretary general, KHAROF Javed Burza, secretary TAAI – JKC Shamim A. Shah.
Shah on the occasion highlighted the role the “JKTA has played from time to time for the promotion of tourism trade in the state.”
He assured his full support to the JKTA in addressing the problems of tourism traders. Shah presented certificates to members of the JKTA.
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