Travel Trade and Hospitality sector still in paralyzed mode..

Travel Trade and Hospitality sector still in paralyzed mode..

 

Hyderabad, March 11: As per the post Covid situation and industry just starting to wither Travel, Trade has great expectations in regard to the budget with healthy allocations towards the Travel, Hospitality sector. But Industry experts have hailed the State Budget for focusing on sectors such as agriculture, irrigation, education, rural development and measures taken under social welfare initiatives to give a big fillip to the overall growth of the state. 
 
After viewing the budget Mr. Siraj Ansari, Travel Trade Analyst (Managing Director – Avion Holidays) says the budget is mostly focused on infrastructure development, activities to promote domestic tourism only. In reality many of them from the tourism trade whose business is of outbound, MICE, international trade are being sidelined. Most prominent trade partners are not convinced in many aspects but seem to give into the least available offer to them. Unfortunately, many are unable to express their views openly.
 
The decision to support to the trade partners is not acceptable to any of us from Travel, Tourism and Hospitality trade. They are just viewing as silent spectators he said. Tourism trade is neglected by the Ministry since the Pandemic as per the demands or needs of the stake holders doesn’t meet. Such as waiver of GST, TDS, TCS for at least 1 year is still not considered by the Tourism Ministry in spite of repeated requests by all the trade associations. 
 
Government should wake up from deep slumber to meet discuss and collaborate with the travel trade professionals who are facing the crises and not those wealthy industrialists and business tycoons of this trade running in online portals he concluded.
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