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A delegation from the Hotel and Restaurant Association of Northern India (HRANI) recently paid a courtesy visit to India's newly appointed Tourism Minister, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat. The delegation, led by Garish Oberoi, President of HRANI, included Surendra Kumar Jaiswal, Hony. Secretary of HRANI, President of UPHRA, and Vice-President of FHRAI, and Secretary General Renu Thapliyal. They felicitated Minister Shekhawat and extended their best wishes on behalf of the entire hospitality fraternity.

The meeting was marked by a sense of renewed hope and a commitment to collaborate closely to elevate India’s tourism and hospitality sector to new heights. The hospitality industry is optimistic that under Minister Shekhawat's leadership, significant strides will be made in promoting India as a premier tourist destination. The collaborative efforts between industry bodies and the government are expected to drive sustainable and inclusive growth, further enhancing India’s global tourism footprint.

Garish Oberoi expressed his enthusiasm, stating, "With the new Tourism Minister's extensive experience and deep roots in Rajasthan, we eagerly anticipate working together on initiatives that will benefit the entire hospitality community."

These collaborative efforts are expected to bring about transformative changes, fostering a more vibrant and competitive tourism landscape in India.

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