Govt opens, shuts window of tourism in Kashmir
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India, July 25 -- Srinagar: In the past two months, the UT administration of Jammu and Kashmir took many decisions to try to revive the economy and main sectors like tourism. Most of such decisions by senior officers remained on paper as the ground realities scripted their demise.
While bureaucrats talk big about the revival of tourism in Kashmir, local stakeholders want them to take tiny steps even for their survival. "After the three-month-long lockdown, the tourist season of 2020 is over. There should be some commitment from the Central government for a revival-cum-stimulus package for us," said Abdul Ahad Bhat, a local hotelier who is without business for the past 13 months.
"The Central government should include the tourism sector ...
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