Rajasthan govt accords trade standing to tourism & hospitality sector

The Rajasthan authorities Saturday accorded trade standing to the tourism and hospitality sector within the state.

Based on an official assertion, City Housing Growth and Native Self Division Minister Shanti Dhariwal issued a notification to this impact on Saturday.

Within the finances announcement in February, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had mentioned the tourism and hospitality sector will likely be granted trade standing.

The tourism sector within the state, like in all places else within the nation and the world, was severely affected through the coronavirus pandemic.

“The sector will likely be significantly benefited by this announcement by the state authorities,” the assertion issued on Saturday mentioned.

The grant of trade standing implies that electrical energy tariff and another taxes levied on tourism and hospitality operators can be at par with different industries relatively than on the much-higher industrial charges.

Gehlot had mentioned through the finances announcement that these concessions will convey a monetary burden of Rs 700 crore a yr on the state exchequer.

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