SRINAGAR, Nov 11: Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department participated in World Travel Mart in London to showcase the huge potential J&K offers to visitors, travelers and adventure lovers.
Principal Secretary Tourism Navin Kumar Choudhary along with Deputy Secretary Tourism Waseem Raja attended the prestigious event to promote J&K’s tourism potential among the travel leaders of the globe.
The annual WTM at London provides a huge platform for the tourism promotion where many tourism boards of different countries participate to showcase their tourism products.
Every year, the event is sponsored by Ministry of Tourism Government of India in which various States of the country including J&K participate to interact with the global leaders in the tourism sector as part of their promotion activity.
This year the Indian Pavilion at WTM focused on India’s culture and heritage besides niche tourism products like cuisine, wellness, wildlife and luxury under the Incredible India campaign with the theme ‘Find the Incredible in You’.
Cultural programmes including ‘India Evening’ were major attractions at this year’s WTM.
Union Secretary Tourism Yogendra Tripathi along with various senior officers including Principal Secretary Tourism, J&K, held an interactive session and press conference at ‘India Evening’.
Besides undertaking various promotional activities, the Principal Secretary Tourism J&K also held separate meetings with various tourism players and trade groups of London and informed them about various unique tourism products J&K has to offer.
Government of Jammu and Kashmir
Directorate of Information
Monday, November 11, 2019
Div Com chairs HLC meet
Discusses allotment of plots under rehabilitation programme
SRINAGAR, NOVEMBER 11: Divisional commissioner, Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan today chaired a High Level Committee (HLC) meeting regarding the allotment of plots to the dislocated families living on either sides of river Jhelum and Tsunti Khul under rehabilitation program.
The meeting was attended by VC SDA, Additional Commissioner, Kashmir, Commissioner SMC, Chief Engineer, Irrigation and Flood control, Superintendent Engineer PWD and representatives of Chief Town Planning.
During the meeting, one case of rehabilitation was settled in which a plot at Noor Bagh was considered for Mrs. Hanifa W/O Ghulam Qadir Gassi R/O Bund Kothi Bagh, Srinagar.
It was informed that pursuant to the government decisions taken from time to time, Srinagar Development Authority has allotted residential plots to dislocated families living on either sides of river Jhelum and Tsunti Khul under rehabilitation programme in Boatman Colony Bemina, Boatman colony Noorbagh and Summerbugh Colony after dismantling certificates issued by the Irrigation and Flood Control Department and LAWDA.