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Maharashtra’s tourist destinations open with 50 percent ban: MLA Ambadas Danve

Aurangabad: Due to the closure of tourist places, guides, car-bus and taxi operators, tour operators, handicrafts and small and big people of the tourism industry make their living on it. Due to the deteriorating economic condition of their business, their negative impact on their life is increasing mentally. Therefore, after reconsidering the recent decision taken by the government, Shiv Sena spokesperson and MLA Ambadas Danve sent a memorandum to the state’s Tourism and Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray and demanded to re-start the tourist places of the state with 50 percent attendance and by imposing restrictions.

In the memorandum, MLA Danve said that for the last two years, after the second wave of epidemic like Corona was almost over, a better environment was created for international tourism within the country. After November 2021, Earthchakra was coming back on track. Meanwhile, due to the number of patients suffering from Omicron and increasing corona, many obstacles are being created in it.

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As the number of patients increased, the state government decided to close tourist places during the earning season in tourist places. Due to which those who maintain their livelihood with the help of tourist places are facing financial crisis. These people are becoming mentally weak too. In such a situation, after reconsidering the decision to close 100 percent tourist places by the state government, 50 percent attendance has been allowed in hotels, cinema theatres, private offices and other places. Similarly, MLA Ambadas Danve made a demand to the state tourism minister Aditya Thackeray to re-open the tourist places of the state in the presence of 50 percent tourists by imposing restrictions.

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