Last Updated: 11th April, 2022 17:41 IST
Arunachal: Governor flags off the North-East India Inter-State Friendship Car Rally
The Northeast India Inter-state Friendship Car Rally, organised by the International Friendship Car Rally Association, or IFCRA, departed from Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, today for Meghalaya. The rally was flagged off
The Northeast India Inter-state Friendship Car Rally, organised by the International Friendship Car Rally Association, or IFCRA, departed from Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, today for Meghalaya.
The rally was flagged off today by Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brigadier (Retd.) BD Mishra. Dirang MLA Phurpa Tsering also attended the event.
It may be mentioned here that the rally is jointly sponsored by the Northeastern Council, Ministry of DONER of the Government of India, Department of Youth Affairs, and the Government of Arunachal Pradesh.
The rally, the first of its kind organised in the Northeast, aims to promote Northeast as a tourism hotspot.
Besides, the International Friendship Car Rally Association is also making its best effort to make the Northeast a global tourism hub. The rally will cover all the Northeast states and is believed to have far-reaching effects on the tourism industry.
First Published: 10th April, 2022 17:11 IST
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