Restictions End for Tourists in Kashmir

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Restictions End for Tourists in Kashmir

Restictions End for Tourists in Kashmir
October 10
12:51 2019

Restrictions on tourist end today in Jammu and Kashmir but the Telephone and Internet Services still blocked.
These tourists were asked to leave the Jammu and Kashmir for security reasons as there was Amarnath Yatra in the month of August before announcing the abrogation of article 370 from then Kashmir was the anonymous situation to react. They are now officially welcome back.

Jammu and Kashmir suffered losses to the tune of over Rs. 16,000 crores during the five-month-long unrest in the Kashmir in 2017. Valley due to a complete halt of economic activity coupled with the loss of property worth crores of rupees. The disappearance of tourist in the Valley during four peak months resulted in loss of business to hoteliers, restaurants, houseboats, handicrafts, pony wallas, transporters, shikara walla and so on, it said adding the revenue loss in the second quarter of 2016-17 was of Rs 751.97 lakh (80 per cent) compared to revenue realisation of Rs 936.89 lakh in Q2 of 2015-16. But in 2019 since June the losses are manifold nearly ₹28,000 crores as hotels were shut, outsiders, students, industries etc everything was closed down. The source is trade and tourism guides.

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