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What will Maldives do now, messing with India was costly, causing loss of Rs 8.6 crore every day

Now the effect of boycott is visible on Maldives. Maldives is losing crores of rupees every day due to the boycott after messing with India. Maldives government has also halved the cost of traveling, but Indians are not ready to go there.

Maldives is a living example of how a small mistake can cost a country. Due to Indians boycotting Maldives, Maldives is incurring a loss of crores of rupees every day. Maldives itself has given this information. Maldives said that the boycott by Indians is affecting 44 thousand families of its country. Let us tell you, the revenue of Maldives is most dependent on tourists and tourism. In such a situation, when Indians have stopped going to Maldives, they are suffering a lot due to this.

halved the expenses

To manage the situation, Maldives has halved the cost of traveling there, but even after this Indians are not ready to go there. Some officials of the Maldives government had made objectionable comments regarding the Prime Minister's Lakshadweep trip. Since then Boycott Maldives has started trending. Maldives is losing crores of rupees every day due to India's boycott.

There is a loss of Rs 8.6 crore every day

Maldives is facing huge loss of revenue every day after messing with India. Last year i.e. in 2023, a large number of Indians went to visit Maldives. Last year, Indians had spent 38 crore dollars (about Rs 3,152 crore) in Maldives alone. In such a situation, if Indians stop going there, Maldives may suffer a loss of at least Rs 8.6 crore every day.

on the verge of poverty

Maldives is now on the verge of poverty. Before this whole controversy, Maldives was among the favorite tourist destinations of Indians. Lakhs of Indians used to visit Maldives every year, but due to the boycott by Indians, Maldives itself has said that 44 thousand of its families are in trouble. Due to the resentment of Indians, their tourism industry has been badly affected.

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