Today is the second day of the 3-day G-20 meeting in Srinagar, Jammu-Kashmir. 62 delegates from 29 countries have reached Srinagar to participate in the meeting. The meeting held in Srinagar is considered very important from the point of view of Jammu and Kashmir. Efforts are also being made to convey the message of the changing situation in Kashmir to the world through the G-20 meeting. Foreign delegates are also being informed about the transformation in Kashmir.
Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Union Ministers G Kishan Reddy and Dr Jitendra Singh and G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant attended the ongoing 3rd G20 Tourism Working Group meeting in Srinagar. This is the second day of the three-day meeting. On this occasion, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said that it is a matter of great pride for the citizens of this Union Territory to organize this G20 meeting of the Tourism Working Group which is considering a global architecture for sustainable tourism.
Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha added,” J&K has always been the center of knowledge, wisdom & breathtaking landscape. For 30 years this land of peacefulness had to suffer from state-sponsored terrorism by our neighbouring country. However, PM Modi brought development schemes that empowered the state. J&K is now open to a new era that is open to growth, peace and development. Today J&K stands as one of the developed states in the country.”
Union Minister G Kishan Reddy at the third G20 tourism working group meeting said, ” Ministry of Tourism & Govt of India is committed to working with all the G20 member countries & all the International organisations to promote sustainable practices that benefit the people and the planet.”