The delegation has sought help from the Centre for developing tourism in the state, especially in areas like marketing, infrastructure and capacity building.
A memorandum has been submitted to Sahay, requesting that the Centre pay special attention to tourism development in Arunachal Pradesh.
Sahay assured the delegation of all possible help from the Centre in this regard.
Apprising the delegation of the Centre’s ‘ Hunar Se Rozgar Tak’ scheme for developing the skills of Class Eight passouts, Sahay stated that this venture will help in bridging the gap between the demand and supply of skilled manpower in India’s tourism industry, including Arunachal Pradesh.
Sahay has also invited the Arunachal Pradesh Tourism Department to participate in the several road shows that it organizes out of India, stating that they would go a long way towards promoting the state as a tourist destination.
Source: Zee News