Prime Minister Narendra Modi has praised India’s ranking in the World Economic Forum WEF’s Global Tour and Tourism Competition list, improving its ranking to the 40th rank, saying that it shows how much importance the government gives to this sector.
According to the report of WEF, India is ranked at 40th place this year. In 2015, India was ranked 52 in the list and 65th in 2013.
Modi tweeted, “In the last four years, we have jumped 25 places in the world travel and tourism index. This shows how much importance the government gives to this sector.
He said, “Great news for tourism sector. India ranked 40th in travel and tourism index India was 65th in 2013. ”
Addressing a conference here, Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma welcomed the improvement in India’s ranking in the Travel and Tourism list. Sharma said that in this index many tourism norms like infrastructure and security are seen.