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Tourism, LoC traders, several other delegations call on Union Home Minister in Srinagar

Srinagar, Around 35 delegations comprising various social, trade, travel and business organizations from across Kashmir Valley today called on Union Minister for Home, Rajnath Singh, who is currently on 4-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir.

The delegations which met the Union Home Minister included,  Travel Agents Association of Kashmir (TAAK), TASK Travel Agents, Adventure Tour Operators Association, LoC Traders Association, Kashmir Hotels and Restaurants Association, Pahalgam Hotel Owners Association, Kashmir Hoteliers Club, Kashmir Shikara Owners Association, House Boat Owners Association, Travel Agents Association  of India, Kashmir  Tour Operators,  Indian Association of Tour Operators, Youth Delegation,  Kashmir Pandit Sangrash Smiti (KPSS), Shri Gurdawara Parbhandak Committee Srinagar, Fruit Growers & Dealers Association, JK Shia Association, All Gujjar & Bakerwal Conference, Pahari association, Shri Gurdwara Parbandak Committee Budgam,   Self Employed Women Association and Shilp Group State Award Union and others.

The delegations apprised the Home Minister about the varied problems relating to their respective organizations and submitted the written memorandum and requested for their resolution on priority.

Union Home Secretary, Rajiv Gauba and Additional Secretary Home, B R Sharma were also present.

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