Tourism traders pained
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 23: The tourism traders today expressed grief over the gutting of Pahalgam hotel.
Kashmir Hotel and Restaurant Owners’ Federation (KHAROF) has expressed anguish over the gutting of Pahalgam hotel on Wednesday morning.
President, KHAROF Faiz Ahmad Bakshi said, “We are deeply pained by the gutting of the hotel which had a historical building and was known for its services.”
He said the entire hotelier fraternity was sharing the pain of the owner of the Pahalgam hotel and urged the state government to allow the reconstruction of the damaged block of the hotel.
TAAI (JK chapter)
Chairman, Travel Agents Association of India (JK chapter), Shamim Shah expressed grief over gutting of Pahalgam hotel and appealed the authorities to permit the reconstruction of the damaged block of the hotel without any delay.
“The gutting of the hotel is a huge loss to the tourism industry. We hope government will allow immediately its reconstruction,” Shah said.
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