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TAAN handed over ten point memorandum to Minister Bhattarai requesting to initiative for prompt implementation to revive the tourism industry - Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN)

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TAAN handed over ten point memorandum to Minister Bhattarai requesting to initiative for prompt implementation to revive the tourism industry

April 28 , 2020

TAAN handed over ten point memorandum to Minister Bhattarai requesting to initiative for prompt implementation to revive the tourism industry

Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN), UNITRAV and, Akhil Nepal Paryatan Majdur Sang and Nepal Paryatan Sramik Sang hold a joint meeting with Honorable Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Mr. Yogesh Battarai on April 28 to address for the revival of tourism entrepreneurs and labours.

TAAN President Mr. Khum Bahadu Subedi, Senior Vice- President Mr. Nabin Trital, General Secretary Mrs. Sarita Lama, CEO of NTB Dr. Dhananjay Regmi, President of UNITRAV Mr. Suman Parajuli, General Secretary Mr. Ram Bahadur Shrestha, President of All Nepal Tourism Worker’s Union Mr. Ramchandra Dhungana and President of Nepal Tourism Worker’s Association Mr. Dipendra (Kapil) Pandey was present in the joint meeting.

COVID – 19 which is now evolving as a global disease, has had a significant and serious effect on every economic sector. In Nepal tourism being as an important industry for country's economy, is now affected by COVID- 19. It is obvious that tourism entrepreneurs are facing challenges and labours will loss their job. In this connection, TAAN along other organizations requested Minister Bhattarai to announce the relief packages for tourism entrepreneurs and labours.  Therefore, TAAN handed over ten point memorandum to Minister Bhattarai requesting to initiate for prompt implementation to revive the tourism industry.

TAAN appealed government to makes arrangements to reduce the interest rate of the bank loan for a few months as tourism entrepreneurs have enthusiastically invested million of rupees in various sectors of tourism by taking loans from banks after the announcement of Tourism Year 2020. Entrepreneurs are not in a position to pay high interest to the bank as their income has stopped due to lockdown. Similarly, we requested government to take initiative to reduce rent. Many of the tourism businesses are being operated in leased property as in the current situation where businesses are closed due to the worldwide epidemic business houses cannot afford to pay expensive rent. Additionally, government needs to speed up short-term and long-term relief arrangements to protect tourism entrepreneurs as the number of tourist arrivals are expected to decrease in 2020.

Likewise, the income of labours employed in tourism sector has been affected, we asked government to declare special relief package for them through utilizing fund from 10 percent sum deposited under TIMS in the Workers Welfare Fund for the workers' relief. Also, TAAN appraised Minister Bhattarai about the previous discussions held between TAAN and the Tourism Workers' Union to immediately distribute relief fund for 1000 workers.

Furthermore, informing Minister Bhattari about trekking companies to be renewed every 5 years, TAAN requested Minister Bhattarai to not imposing fine and extend the period of renewal by 6 months.

Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN), UNITRAV and, Akhil Nepal Paryatan Majdur Sang and Nepal Paryatan Sramik Sang hold a joint meeting with Honorable Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Mr. Yogesh Battarai on April 28 to address for the revival of tourism entrepreneurs and labours.

TAAN President Mr. Khum Bahadu Subedi, Senior Vice- President Mr. Nabin Trital, General Secretary Mrs. Sarita Lama, CEO of NTB Dr. Dhananjay Regmi, President of UNITRAV Mr. Suman Parajuli, General Secretary Mr. Ram Bahadur Shrestha, President of All Nepal Tourism Worker’s Union Mr. Ramchandra Dhungana and President of Nepal Tourism Worker’s Association Mr. Dipendra (Kapil) Pandey was present in the joint meeting.

COVID – 19 which is now evolving as a global disease, has had a significant and serious effect on every economic sector. In Nepal tourism being as an important industry for country's economy, is now affected by COVID- 19. It is obvious that tourism entrepreneurs are facing challenges and labours will loss their job. In this connection, TAAN along other organizations requested Minister Bhattarai to announce the relief packages for tourism entrepreneurs and labours.  Therefore, TAAN handed over ten point memorandum to Minister Bhattarai requesting to initiate for prompt implementation to revive the tourism industry.

TAAN appealed government to makes arrangements to reduce the interest rate of the bank loan for a few months as tourism entrepreneurs have enthusiastically invested million of rupees in various sectors of tourism by taking loans from banks after the announcement of Tourism Year 2020. Entrepreneurs are not in a position to pay high interest to the bank as their income has stopped due to lockdown. Similarly, we requested government to take initiative to reduce rent. Many of the tourism businesses are being operated in leased property as in the current situation where businesses are closed due to the worldwide epidemic business houses cannot afford to pay expensive rent. Additionally, government needs to speed up short-term and long-term relief arrangements to protect tourism entrepreneurs as the number of tourist arrivals are expected to decrease in 2020.

Likewise, the income of labours employed in tourism sector has been affected, we asked government to declare special relief package for them through utilizing fund from 10 percent sum deposited under TIMS in the Workers Welfare Fund for the workers' relief. Also, TAAN appraised Minister Bhattarai about the previous discussions held between TAAN and the Tourism Workers' Union to immediately distribute relief fund for 1000 workers.

Furthermore, informing Minister Bhattari about trekking companies to be renewed every 5 years, TAAN requested Minister Bhattarai to not imposing fine and extend the period of renewal by 6 months.

Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN), UNITRAV and, Akhil Nepal Paryatan Majdur Sang and Nepal Paryatan Sramik Sang hold a joint meeting with Honorable Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Mr. Yogesh Battarai on April 28 to address for the revival of tourism entrepreneurs and labours.

TAAN President Mr. Khum Bahadu Subedi, Senior Vice- President Mr. Nabin Trital, General Secretary Mrs. Sarita Lama, CEO of NTB Dr. Dhananjay Regmi, President of UNITRAV Mr. Suman Parajuli, General Secretary Mr. Ram Bahadur Shrestha, President of All Nepal Tourism Worker’s Union Mr. Ramchandra Dhungana and President of Nepal Tourism Worker’s Association Mr. Dipendra (Kapil) Pandey was present in the joint meeting.

COVID – 19 which is now evolving as a global disease, has had a significant and serious effect on every economic sector. In Nepal tourism being as an important industry for country's economy, is now affected by COVID- 19. It is obvious that tourism entrepreneurs are facing challenges and labours will loss their job. In this connection, TAAN along other organizations requested Minister Bhattarai to announce the relief packages for tourism entrepreneurs and labours.  Therefore, TAAN handed over ten point memorandum to Minister Bhattarai requesting to initiate for prompt implementation to revive the tourism industry.

TAAN appealed government to makes arrangements to reduce the interest rate of the bank loan for a few months as tourism entrepreneurs have enthusiastically invested million of rupees in various sectors of tourism by taking loans from banks after the announcement of Tourism Year 2020. Entrepreneurs are not in a position to pay high interest to the bank as their income has stopped due to lockdown. Similarly, we requested government to take initiative to reduce rent. Many of the tourism businesses are being operated in leased property as in the current situation where businesses are closed due to the worldwide epidemic business houses cannot afford to pay expensive rent. Additionally, government needs to speed up short-term and long-term relief arrangements to protect tourism entrepreneurs as the number of tourist arrivals are expected to decrease in 2020.

Likewise, the income of labours employed in tourism sector has been affected, we asked government to declare special relief package for them through utilizing fund from 10 percent sum deposited under TIMS in the Workers Welfare Fund for the workers' relief. Also, TAAN appraised Minister Bhattarai about the previous discussions held between TAAN and the Tourism Workers' Union to immediately distribute relief fund for 1000 workers.

Furthermore, informing Minister Bhattari about trekking companies to be renewed every 5 years, TAAN requested Minister Bhattarai to not imposing fine and extend the period of renewal by 6 months.

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