Nasir assures to address KEA issues
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 12: Minister of State for Tourism Nasir Aslam Wani today urged all stakeholders in state economy to contribute positively towards making J&K self-reliant and financially vibrant.
The Minister was chairing a meeting at SKICC with members of Kashmir Economic Alliance, here today.
Director Tourism, Kashmir, Farooq Ahmad Shah, Commissioner, SMC, G. N. Qasba, General Secretary, KEA, Iqbal Trubmoo, Secretary, KEA, Siraj Ahmad, representatives of KTMF, KHARA, and other associations were present.
While referring to the revised package of incentives for tourism sector announced by the government, the Minister said the present coalition will go whole hog in mitigating the problems of all stakeholders directly connected to the tourism industry, an official statement said.
He said the package has been revisited to increase footfall of tourists and create ample employment opportunities in tourism sector in the State.
Aslam assured members of the conglomerate that the issues raised by them have been flagged for immediate follow up action. “KEA has raised certain important issues that we will have to look into. I will raise all these with the concerned Ministries and see that these are resolved on priority,” the Minister said.
The Minister assured KEA that he will hold periodic meetings for ironing out issues that require his instant intervention.
The members of KEA thanked the State Government for revising the incentives for tourism as an industry.
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