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New Delhi February 19, 2014:- Senior leaders of Jammu and Kashmir today opposed the Centre's move to privatise Srinagar Centaur Hotel and said the state government was ready to accept the responsibility to manage it.

A delegation, including J and K Tourism Minister Ghulam Ahmed Mir and state Congress chief Saifuddin Soz, met Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh here and conveyed to him their opposition to the privatisation move.

For over a year now, the government has been toying with the idea of privatising the hotel belonging to Air India subsidiary Hotel Corporation of India, located on the pristine Dal Lake.
"We don't accept the (privatisation) proposal. The management of Srinagar Centaur should be run either by Air India or by the J and K government," Soz said.

He said the state Tourism Ministry was "ready to accept the responsibility of running this prestigious hotel and will move a proposal (to the Civil Aviation Ministry) shortly."
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