‘Private estate’ of JKTDC

Sir,
The editorial ‘Private estate’ of JKTDC does not roll out any tangible details except some facts placed in the LA by the Tourism Minister. However, in order to create an international tourist infrastructure, there need to be basic structural changes which could attract more foreign tourists. Besides, domestic tourist is also a valuable contributor unlike the past and some of them are even more income potential components than the foreign tourists. Importantly, a high voltage tourism environment requires many facilities in addition to usual rooms at Chemashahi which the article has not been able to identify. For example, a high value tourism culture would need commensurate food and beverages which are absent in state run TDC hotels. If this is not done, attracting tourists is not going to be easy.
Yours etc….
Vinay Wangnoo
On email

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