ETW Staff- Kolkata
Arunachal Pradesh has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) for promoting and giving a boost to the tourism sector in the state.
According to the release, Joram Beda, the state tourism secretary represented the state government while IRCTC was represented by John Lepcha, regional manager during the MoU signing ceremony held at Itanagar in the presence of other senior departmental officials.
IRCTC has decided to tie up with the state government to provide value added tour package services and booking facilities in Arunachal Pradesh.
After signing the MoU, the team of IRCTC officials visited the newly constructed and now operational railway station at Yupia to explore the feasibility of opening tourism facilitating centre in the railway station premises, sources added.