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CHATT welcomes new UP Tourism Policy

CHATT (Confederation of Hospitality, Technology and Tourism Industry) welcomes the go-ahead to the new Tourism Policy 2022 by Uttar Pradesh Cabinet.

“Special focus on developing religious tourism circuits will give a big boost to pilgrimages and encourage people from across the country and the world to travel to Uttar Pradesh,” said Anwar Shirpurwala, secretary general, CHATT.

“With 22 new activities including adventure,eco-tourism, caravan tourism units, budget,heritage,star-rated hotels, homestays, pilgrimage dormitory, wellness resorts, all-weather seasonal camps and others given a place in the new policy, this will definitely help unleash the untapped tourism potential of Uttar Pradesh,” said Anwar.

He further said, “Besides, the focus on promoting eco-tourism will lead to sustainable management of natural resources and also help in wildlife conservation, development of indigenous and local communities.”

The CHATT secretary general also complimented the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath as well as Tourism and Culture Minister, Jaiveer Singh for coming up with a very forward-looking and proactive tourism policy which will take the hospitality and travel sector in the state to new heights.

Anwar added that these policy initiatives would also attract more investments into the state, generate more employment opportunities for women and youth, boost the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and also help in the sustenance of micro-entrepreneurs engaged in various activities locally.

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