Govt Bans Entry Of Foreign Tourists In Kashmir

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Foreign Tourists walk on Boulevard alongside Dal Lake in Srinagar (File Photo: Abid Bhat / KO)

SRINAGAR – The Jammu & Kashmir government has banned entry of foreign tourists to Kashmir as a precautionary measure in view of the coronavirus outbreak around the world.

Advisor to the Lt. Governor Baseer Ahmad Khan has issued necessary orders in this regard, an official spokesperson said.

Secretary Tourism, Director Tourism and DCs have been asked to ensure implementation of the order with immediate effect.

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