Narendra Modi visits Lakshadweep trends Boycott Maldives

How to reach Lakshadweep? Maldives Boycotted by Indians

Mariyam Shiuna, Malsha, and Hassan Zihan

Boycott Maldives” and “India Out” started Trending on Twitter soon after derogatory remarks by Maldives foreign leaders about India and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Maldives Government has suspended the 3 Foreign ministers Mariyam Shiuna, Malsha, and Hassan Zihan expressing a lack of respect for India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After PM visits the Smallest Union Territory in India, “Lakshadweep” suddenly became the most searched keyword. He shared beautiful videos and pictures which would help to boost Tourism. “For those who wish to embrace the adventurer in them, Lakshadweep has to be on your list. During my stay, I also tried snorkeling – what an exhilarating experience!” he said. with this, people suddenly started searching Travelling places in Lakshadweep.

Boycott Maldives

India Out

Maldives ministers were suspended after undesirable remarks about the Indian Prime Minister and the Maldives Government stated, “These opinions are personal and do not represent the views of the Government of Maldives”. Its huge effect was seen in India as more than 10000 hotel bookings and more than 5000 flight tickets were canceled by people traveling to Maldives. Even people suffered losses in canceling but stood together to contribute to India. Maldives gets more than 5000 crore business from India from Tourism, but things seem to be changing now. The current President fought the election with a hateful agenda of “INDIA OUT” from Maldives. After derogatory remarks by Mariyam, Malsha, and Hassan local government sidelines them of pressure. Every year lakhs of Indians go there to spend vacations but now we will see a massive change.

Lakshadweep Tourism

Visit Lakshadweep

All these incidents proposed ways for tourism in Lakshadweep. It is one of the best beach holiday locations. It comprises 36 islands with Kavaratti a major town. From around 20000 to 25000 rupees per person, one can book a minimum of 3 days holiday plan. Prime Minister Modi laid the foundation stone of a development project worth Rs 1,150 crore in Agatti on Tuesday which he promised 3 years back. He also launched the Kochi-Lakshadweep Islands Submarine Optical Fiber Connection ( (KLI – SOFC) project, which aims to overcome the problem of slow internet speed in the union territory. He also inaugurated a Low-Temperature Thermal Desalination (LTTD) plant at Kadmat, which will help in producing 1.5 lakh liters of clean drinking water every day.

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Indian Celebrities promoting Lakshadweep

Indian celebrities supports Boycott Maldives trend

Many Indian celebrities came forward to support this movement. Sachin Tendulkar, Shraddha Kapoor, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, etc posted on Twitter about the beauty of Lakshadweep the best alternative to Maldives. Salman Khan wrote, “It is so cool to see our Hon PM Narendrabhai Modi at the beautiful clean and stunning beaches of Lakshadweep, and the best part is that yeh hamare India mein hain.”

“Came across comments from prominent public figures from the Maldives passing hateful and racist comments on Indians. Surprised that they are doing this to a country that sends them the maximum number of tourists.  We are good to our neighbors but why should we tolerate such unprovoked hate? I’ve visited the Maldives many times and always praised it, but dignity first. Let us decide to #ExploreIndianIslands and support our own tourism,” Akshay Kumar Tweeted.

Popular Places in Lakshadweep

Andretti, Agatti, Minicoy, Kadmath, Kalpeni, Bangaram, Bitra Island, Chetlat Island, Kiltan Island, Thinnakara Island, Amini Island, Kavaratti, etc are some of the best places to visit. The best time to visit Lakshadweep is from October to February because of the pleasant sea breeze and beautiful sun rises and the sun sets. The temperature remains under 30 degrees Celsius. It is the best place for Adventure lovers. You can do activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, undersea walking, kayaking, canoeing, jet-skiing, kitesurfing, and parasailing.


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