SRINAGAR: J&K Hoteliers Club (JKHC) on Monday expressed serious concern over footfall of tourists in the Valley. The club had called a meeting in which all the members including Sonmarg, Gulmarg, Pahalgam and Kargil Chapters were present.
The members requested Chairman, J&K Hoteliers Club, Mushtaq Ahmad Chaya to take serious measures for the promotion of tourism for upcoming Pooja holidays. The J&K Hoteliers Club decided to hold road shows in various states for the upcoming season, an official statement read.
The members unanimously decided that J&K Hoteliers Club will form felicitation centre at its office at Zero Bridge for providing all the information regarding promotion of tourism, registrations, infrastructure and all other information related to hotels and restaurants. “The felicitation centre will be linked to all the states of India as well as foreign countries for queries regarding Tourism,” it read.
The felicitation centre will provide 24×7 assistance to tourists, members of JKHC and also to non-members of the club regarding Tourism.
JKHC Chairman, Mushtaq Ahmad Chaya suggested that a delegation of J&K Hoteliers Club will call on the Governor of J&K regarding problems faced by the hoteliers, the statement added.\