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Renew your connection with Kashmir: CM
MUMBAI, Mar 17: Asking the Bollywood to renew its connections with Kashmir, Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti today appealed country’s film industry to act as promoter of State’s tourism.

Addressing a function attended by several Bollywood stars, the Chief Minister reminded the film industry of its warm and affectionate relationship with Kashmir which the people of the State so fondly recall. She appealed the members of film world to take up this thread forward and start re visiting Kashmir in good numbers for shooting.

Mehbooba Mufti said the Government has put in place a Tourism Policy by which the scope of the industry has been institutionalized and the relevant infrastructure is being continuously upgraded. She said Tulip Festival would soon be organised at Srinagar which would be followed by a blossoming season and appealed tourists to come to enjoy this aesthetically enriching season.

Appealing media to play the role of a partner in promoting tourism of the State, the Chief Minister said Kashmir for travel is as safe as any other place in the country and media should report things about the State in its entirety and perspective.

On the occasion several Bollywood stars shared their experiences of Kashmir and said that they have special love for the place. They assured the Chief Minister of their support in turning to Valley for shooting again.

Actors Raza Murad, Farida Jalal, Ranjeet, Kiran Kumar and other stars besides Director Akbar Khan and Producer of upcoming film Sargoshian Imran Khan and other Bollywood personalities were present on the occasion. Members of tour and travel bodies from various parts of Maharashtra and Gujarat were also present on the occasion.

Advisor to Chief Minister, Prof Amitabh Mattoo in his speech said the natural beauty of every region of the State is breath-taking which every citizen of the country should come and enjoy.

Earlier, in his welcome address, Secretary, Tourism, Farooq Ahmad Shah also appealed the media and tourism fraternity of Maharashtra to contribute in promoting tourist arrivals to J&K. He said Maharashtra has remained a good friend of Jammu & Kashmir’s tourism industry and hoped that they would continue to do so.

News Updated at : Saturday, March 18, 2017
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