Srinagar, Apr 24: The G20 Tourism Working Group meeting in Srinagar is an important event that will showcase the region’s potential as a tourist destination and combat the negative narrative promoted by Pakistan, reported Asian Lite International.
The G20 meeting is also an opportunity to demonstrate to the world that normalcy has been restored in the Union Territory. Despite opposition from Pakistan and China, India has decided to go ahead with the G20 meeting in Srinagar. It will refute Pakistan’s false allegations of human rights violations in the Kashmir Valley.
Pakistan had urged its G20 allies, such as Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and China, to prevent the meeting from taking place in Srinagar.
However, India’s decision to hold the meeting in Srinagar is a statement of intent, a reaffirmation of its sovereignty over the region and its commitment to bring peace and prosperity to its people, reported Asian Lite International.
The G20 meeting is a step towards Kashmir’s revival, and India must seize this opportunity to promote the region and bring prosperity to its people.
The upcoming G20 Tourism Working Group meeting in Srinagar is a significant event, not just for India but also for the region of Jammu and Kashmir to showcase the region’s potential as a tourist destination, reported Asian Lite International.
The meeting is expected to boost tourism, create economic benefits, generate employment for locals, and make the region a stable destination for investment.
The meeting is an opportunity for India to showcase the region’s rich cultural heritage, its stunning natural beauty, and its warm hospitality, reported Asian Lite International.
The UT administration has established a dedicated medical task force that includes advanced life support mobile ambulances at the event and excursion locations, ensuring the safety of the delegates and visitors.
The UT government has been actively promoting film tourism in recent years, and a major event will be held to promote film tourism on the eve of the event.
It will be the first major international gathering to take place in the region since August 2019, when the state was bifurcated into two Union Territories, and its distinct legal status was abolished.
It is time to assure the international community that J-K has turned over a new leaf and a new era of peace and tranquillity has dawned on Kashmir thanks to the proactive measures taken by the government to root out terror and bring prosperity to the people of the state, reported Asian Lite International. (ANI)