KHAROF Releases Members Directory
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 17: The Kashmir Hotel and Restaurant Owners’ Federation (KHAROF) has released third edition of Members Directory at a tourism event in Ahmedahad.
The event was inaugurated by Rigzin Jora, Minister for Tourism & Culture J&K in presence of Director Tourism Kashmir Farooq Ahmad Shah, Managing Director, IKTDC, Director Tourism Jammu and other senior officials of the State Tourism Department. Present on the occasion were also senior officials of Gujarat Tourism Department.
Manzoor Ahmad, Junior Vice President represented the KHAROF at the event.
Manzoor briefed the audience about the broad based information the directory contains with respect of hotels, their tariff, tourist spots of the Valley, adventure Tourism details etc.
The Tourism Minister and the business fraternity of the city of Ahmedabad appreciated KHAROF for publishing the informative Members Directory.
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