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2nd National Tourism Conclave organised in Rajasthan

Press Trust of India  |  Jaipur 

The 2nd National Conclave was today organised in as top officials of the state department said a number of "pro-tourism" projects being executed in the state would give a major boost to the sector.

in Rajasthan is set for taking a "giant leap forward" with several initiatives being taken by the state government, of (RTDC) Haulianlal Guite said.

The state has something for all kind of tourism lovers and aggressive marketing strategy of the government has further bolstered the sector, he said at the conclave.

in the Pradeep Kumar Borar said Rajasthan is the "most preferred tourist destination" and a number of pro-tourism projects being executed in the state would give a major boost to the sector.

Kuldeep Ranka, Principal Secretary, Tourism, said the has increased its tourism budget in recent years.

Improving intra-air connectivity is another step forward to increase domestic and international tourist footfall in the state, he said.

Many foreign diplomats and ambassadors, including J Goburdhun, of the Republic of to India, Dato' Hamid, of Malaysia, and Nikolay Rishatovich Kudashev, of were also present at the conclave.

Goburdhan praised the "key role" of the Indian community in the development of

"is like 'mini India' as one can find almost all ethnicities, caste and creed of playing a key role in the development of Mauritius. Tourist destinations in Mauritius are very popular among Indian tourists and we value this relationship," Goburdhun said.

Dato' Hamid, the Malaysian to India, said and share a "special relationship".

Tourism development is a common area of interest of both the nations and in recent times, they have taken numerous bilateral efforts in speeding up the collaborations..

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First Published: Fri, July 13 2018. 23:50 IST