IRCTC inks MoU with Mizoram to promote tourism

IRCTC will promote the tourism destinations of Mizoram

GN Bureau | December 7, 2016


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 Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) and the Mizoram government have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which seeks to provide a range of hospitality and tourism services to tourists visiting the state.

 The agreement, signed at Aizwal on December 3, is aimed at boosting tourism activities in Mizoram which is endowed with unexplored scenic beauty. IRCTC will project and promote the tourism destinations of Mizoram while the state’s Tourism Department will provide quality tourism services to the tourists.
 
“The signing of MoU with Mizoram’s tourism department is part of our efforts to give an impetus to tourism and hospitality activities in the country’s north-eastern states which are blessed with unmatched scenic grandeur, flora and fauna and distinctive culture and cuisines,” said Dr A.K. Manocha, chairman and managing director, IRCTC. 
 
 The MoU will be effective for two years and will be renewed after that.
 

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