Travel India “freezing” because of protests

In the past month, protests have been taking place in many cities, prompting several countries to issue warnings of citizens intending to visit India. Currently, at least 7 countries and territories have issued travel warnings to India after media reported at least 25 people were killed in clashes between police and protesters. At the same time, actions against the new law continue to be complicated. Officials estimate that in the past two weeks, around 200,000 domestic and international tourists have canceled or canceled visits to the Taj Mahal, one of India’s most famous tourist destinations. Dinesh Kumar, a police inspector working at a tourist police station near the Taj Mahal temple in Uttar Pradesh state, said: “The number of visitors fell by 60% in December ”. Even a group of European tourists traveling to India said they were planning to shorten the 20-day trip. From New Delhi, Dave Millikin, a retired banker living on the outskirts of London, told Reuters news agency: “We are all retired people, so travel. need to slow down”. The Taj Mahal is located in Agra