Kargil Tourism Fair : Conduting Fairs Vital for Booming Tourim Sector: Jora

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Says 36 crore being spent on tourism infrastructure in Kargil

Kargil – Minister for Tourism and Culture, Nawang Rigzin Jora, Monday inaugurated two-day Kargil Tourism Fair at Khari Sultanchu Sports Stadium, saying such fairs would go a long in developing the tourism sector at national and international level.
Minister for CA&PD, Qamar Ali Akhoon, Chairman and Chief Executive Coucillor, Kargil, Kachoo Ahmed Ali Khan, Executive Councilor, MP, Ladakh, Ghulam Hassan Khan, MLC, Kargil, Syed Ahmed Rizvi, District Officers and artists of various areas of Kargil were present on the occasion.

Addressing on the occasion, Jora said that such Fairs would go a long way in development of tourism sector at national and international level. He said Rs. 36 crore are being spent to strengthen tourism infrastructure in district Kargil. He asked the officers to give wide publicity of tourism Fair being held next year in Kargil so that the tourists around globe would get advance information and would participate in large number.

Minister for CA&PD, Qamar Ali Akhoon, Chairman and Chief Executive Coucillor, Kargil, Kachoo Ahmed Ali Khan, Executive Councilor, MP, Ladakh, Ghulam Hassan Khan, MLC, Kargil, Syed Ahmed Rizvi, District Officers and artists of various areas of Kargil were present on the occasion.

Addressing on the occasion, . Jora said that such Fairs would go a long way in development of tourism sector at national and international level. He said Rs. 36 crore are being spent to strengthen tourism infrastructure in district Kargil. He asked the officers to give wide publicity of tourism Fair being held next year in Kargil so that the tourists around globe would get advance information and would participate in large number. The Minister also directed for making a film on the tourist spots of Kargil. Minister for CA&PD, . Qamar Ali Akhoon and Chairman, . Kachoo Ahmed Ali Khan also addressed the function. Earlier, Ministers inaugurated Tourist Facilitation Centre, constructed at a cost of Rs. 5.81 crore. He also inaugurated Ceremonial Tower in Trespon village constructed at a cost of Rs. 85 lakh. Observer Reporter

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