G20 in Srinagar

G20 in Srinagar 

The wait is over. Historic G20 meet on Tourism has Kickstarted in Srinagar.  It is the biggest event of Kashmir history since the independence from British in 1947. The mood is over the moon. Tourism stakeholders are expecting that this meet would be great game changer for people of Kashmir, Tourism advisories issued would be now things of past.  Both foreign and domestic tourists will flood Kashmir.

The revival of  Tourism since past two years signals perfect stage for the G20 Tourism summit in Kashmir. 

India has taken up the chairmanship of the G20, an organisation of wealthy global economies. The organising committee has taken on the duty of allocating time and opportunities among selected areas throughout the country, with the primary goal of highlighting its potential. This project aims to highlight India’s inherent diversity, embracing both geographical and cultural features, as per a report published in International Centre for Peace Studies.

The pulse on ground zero is that burning problems of youth like unemployment in Jammu and Kashmir would get swift solutions as conduct of G20 meet would lead long lasting impressions on the place.

Perfect changes are happening . The Kashmir valley has seen a significant increase in investment in recent months.

Notably, the Emaar enterprise, a business organisation based in the United Arab Emirates, has initiated building a commercial tower in the city centre, thereby generating a job market for the local young. 

As a matter of fact, 

The third G20 Tourism Working Group meeting  being held at Sher-i-Kashmir International Conference Center (SKICC) from May 22 to 24. The first Working Group meeting was held in February at Rann of Kutch in Gujarat. The second meeting was held from April 1 to 3 in Siliguri, West Bengal.

Srinagar has been decked like a bride for the G20 meeting. The Interior and exterior of the venue are being reworked to suit the theme of the meeting. 

People are with sigh of relief stating that G20 meet changes face of Kashmir towards betterment forever.