ADTOI elects new office bearers & its 11th Executive Council

ADTOI elects new office bearers & its 11th Executive Council

Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India (ADTOI) recently held elections for its national office bearers and 11th Executive Council at Hotel Metropolitan & Spa, New Delhi.

Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India (ADTOI) lately conducted elections for its national office bearers and its 11th Executive Council.  The tenure of the newly elected office bearers and EC members will be for two years (2016-2018). P P Khanna of Diplomatic Travel Point has been elected the new President of ADTOI, whereas the Rajat Sawhney of Rave Tours & Travels has been elected new Vice President.  Chetan Gupta has been elected new Hony. General Secretary, Kamal Gandhi is the new Hony. Treasurer, Debashis Dey is the new Hony. Joint Secretary. The newly elected of the Executive Council members are Anil Rajput, Ankit Miglani, Arvind Khanna, Ashish Chander Sehgal, Jatinder Singh Bhatia, Manoj Varshney, Reena Chopra, Sanjay Saxena.

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