Jammu: 40 national level motorists are among 66 participants vying for top honour in the two-day-long Mughal Road Rally 2010, which arrived here today from Srinagar to promote adventure tourism in both the provinces of the state.
The rally was flagged off by Jammu and Kashmir Tourism and Culture Minister Nawang Rigzin Jora from Royal Spring Golf Course at Srinagar this morning and after traversing Sinthan Pass in Kishtwar, Doda, Patnitop and Udhampur reached here around 15:27 hours today, official spokesman said.
The rally was received at Hari Niwas Palace here by the Divisional Commissioner Jammu Pawan Kotwal.
The Divisional Commissioner said that the rally, comprising 33 vehicles of Himalayan Motor Sports, would be flagged off from Hari Niwas at 0530 hours tomorrow and will head towards Srinagar via Bafliaz to Peer Ki Gali on Mughal Road.
For the smooth conduct of the rally, all security, boarding and lodging arrangements were made by the divisional administration in all the districts of Jammu region, Kotwal said.