In the recent election conducted by the association, ADTOI received 246 Votes for the post of Senior Vice President. Mr. Rajat Sawhney received a total of 162 Votes and won by 78 Votes to be elected as Senior VP. The association received a total of 245 Votes for the post of Vice President and Mr. Ashish Sehgal received 138 Votes winning by 29 Votes.
After a long gap, the Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India conducted itsEvery 2 yearsl Elections on October 14, 2022 at The Metropolitan Hotel and Spa New Delhi. ADTOI received a total of 246 votes (out station and Delhi NCR combined) for the post of Senior Vice President. Rajat Sawhney and Rajeev Sobti were the contenders for the post. Rajat Sawhney received a total of 162 Votes and won the elections by a huge margin of 78 Votes. Rajeev Sobti meanwhile received 84 Votes.
For the post of Vice President ADTOI received a total of 245 votes (out station and Delhi NCR combined). Ashish Sehgal and Rajesh Arya were the contenders for the post. Ashish Sehgal received a total of 138 votes and won by a margin of 29 votes. Rajesh Arya received 109 votes.
Meanwhile, P.P. Khanna has been elected President unopposed and is on a hattrick! Spearheading the third term as President ADTOI, he is joined by Mr. Dalip Gupta as Secretary; Mr. Ved Khanna as Treasurer and Mr. Manoj Varshney as Jt. Secretary, all of whom have been elected unopposed.
Six elected Council Members of ADTOI includes Ekta Watts, Neetish Gupta, D.R. Chauhan, K. Vijay Mohan, Vinay Ahuja and Ashok Chanchlani.
While the pandemic taught various lessons to different people, it taught a large chunk of population the importance of domestic travel. When the world decided to close doors, picking up a car and travelling seemed the safest option – waking up the consumers as well as providers of travel to sit up and take notice of the potential of domestic tourism. Riding on the success of the same, the ADTOI – Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India emerged as a strong travel conglomerate and is striving hard for the development of domestic tourism in India.
“I am happy that the elections took place and that we now have two new dynamic members in our team and together we can take Domestic Tourism in our country to new heights. The potential and scope for growth of domestic tourism in India is huge and government too realises this now. With the new team in place, we will soon come out with a detailed action plan to meet our set targets,” says Mr. Khanna.