IATO, in a recent communication, has asked all its members to start a postcard campaign as part of the “Save Tourism” Campaign.
President of IATO, Mr. Pronab Sarkar said ” We are seeking support from all our partner associations to support for the cause of “Save Tourism Workforce” for drawing attention of our Government. Our aim is to send minimum 100,000 (One Lakh) plus post cards”
He asked all its member to immediately start sending postcards/ inland letters from local post office addressed to the Hon’ble Prime Minister with the following suggested slogans
- Save Tourism Work force – responsible for earning valuable foreign exchange
- Save Tourism Industry – an engine for economic growth of the country – now looking for survival and revival
- I am a tourism professional, now jobless with empty pockets. Unable to pay tuition fee for my children and pay my house rent. Save Tourism, Save Employment
- Save Tourism – Save employees and their families
- Save Tourism – we have lost job
- Save Tourism – for our livelihood
- Save Tourism – Save millions of jobs
- Save Tourism – Millions of jobs lost, help us
- Tourism bleeding – Need support from the Government
- Save Tourism- We are jobless, looking for Government support
- Save Tourism –No jobs, give us jobs
- Save Tourism – Withdraw TCS on foreign tourists
- Save the tourism industry – We have no work, no salary, no money to pay EMI, School Tuition Fee.
- Save tourist transport operators – We don’t have funds to pay EMIs, insurance for the vehicles which are overdue.
- Save Tourism Employees – have been paying Income Tax. Now need help from the Government to live till Covid-19 pandemic is over
- Save Tourism – I have no funds to pay salary to my employees, have sent them on furlough, looking for Govt Help
- Save Tourism – I don’t have funds to pay salary to my employees, have laid off my employees, now they are jobless , need help from government
- Save Tourism – I have sold my tourist vehicles, need help for survival.
The postcards may be sent by members or their employees in any Indian language, expressing their sentiments or the problems they are facing, in no more than 2-3 lines.
The postcards need to be sent to
Shri Narendra Modi
Hon’ble Prime Minister of India
Prime Minister’s Office
South Block, Raisina Hill