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Karnataka Tourism Minister Wants Hotels To Reopen

In Karnataka, restaurants and hotels have warned the state government of closing their takeaway and home delivery services if they are not given permission to resume operations. In response, Karnataka Tourism Minister, CT Ravi announced that hotels should be allowed to restart operations with some conditions. 

Tourism minister addresses important issues

Since the resumption of domestic flights, business travelers, among others, might find it difficult to arrange accommodation and find food amid present restrictions. This is why restaurants and hotels want permission to reopen their services. 

CT Ravi has stressed on the importance of allowing certain services to reopen. He also told the press that the tourism industry is 100 percent flat due to the conditions brought about by extended lockdown in India.

Moreover, to increase tourism in the state in a phased manner the government prepared a plan according to which first native tourism will be started, followed by inter-district tourism and at last international tourism. 

Also Read: Spain To Resume International Tourism In July

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