Lakshadweep fallout leads to online spurt in hidden tourist attractions

Story by  ATV | Posted by  Sumana • 1 Months ago
Majuli Island in Assam
Majuli Island in Assam


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During his two-day official visit to Lakshadweep Prime Minister Narendra Modi was simply enthralled with the tranquil exquisiteness of the island.

During his visit Prime Minister Modi said “For those who wish to embrace the adventurer in them, Lakshadweep has to be on your list.” A few splendid images of PM Modi at the Lakshadweep beach and taking part in snorkelling had stormed all over when uploaded on the social media.

The controversy began when three deputy ministers in the Ministry of Youth Affairs in Maldives - Maryam Shiuna, Malsha Shareef, and Mahzoom Majid, made negative comments about India and the Prime Minister following his recent visit to Lakshadweep.

Their controversial remarks have a potential to create a rift between India and Maldives. People from each and every corner of the country have decided to boycott Maldives

One of the Ministers, Shiuna referenced India’s connections with Israel. Her other collegues claimed that Indian Prime Minister’s visit to Lakshadweep was intended to pose a challenge to Maldivian tourism, known for its renowned beachside amenities.

The government of Israel has decided to initiate the desalination program in Lakshadweep.

Former Indian test cricketer, Virendra Sehwag has also tried to encourage people to explore Indian destinations, following the controversial comments by the Minitsers of Maldives,