Ritu Singh visits Suchetgarh for border tourism promotion

Jammu :  The Chairperson of FICCI FLO J&K and Ladakh chapter, Kunwarni Ritu Singh, who is also a renowned hotelier, along with team of Hari Niwas Palace Hotel visited the Suchetgarh along the International Border to promote border tourism in the region.

She was a special guest at the ceremonial parade of Border Security Force (BSF) and was welcomed by the Commandment Vivek Shrivastava.

Singh flanked by her team from Hari Niwas Palace Hotel participated in the plantation of flower saplings amidst the chants of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” echoes along the border.

Wearing traditional turbans, the delegates shared moments with BSF men while singer Naveen from Hari Niwas, presented a patriotic song that left the audience spellbound.

“The visit was organised with a motive to promote tourism as an outreach programme,” said Kuwarani.

She voiced an urgent need for tourism promotion at various forums.

As a hotelier too, Ritu Singh extended full support to the forces and mentioned the age old history of Suchetgarh.

Notably, Maharaja Gulab Singh had also built the Raghunath Temple in 1837 at Suchetgarh, which was named after his younger brother Raja Suchet Singh.

Dancing to the tunes and spreading message of peace vis-a-vis encouraging the jawans, Kuwarani Ritu Singh with team also applied ‘Tilak’ to border guards and later offered prayers at temple.