Taj Mahal Was Not Included In UP’s Tourism Booklet And Twitterati Is Fuming With Rage
Taj Mahal was missing from Uttar Pradesh’s tourism booklet.
On Monday, the tourism booklet for the state of Uttar Pradesh was released. The booklet included some of the tourist attractions in the city except The Taj Mahal. The booklet was published to mark the completion of six months of Cheif Minister Adityanath and the BJP government. The booklet is named ‘Uttar Pradesh Paryatan-Apaar Sambhavanaayein’ and has the Ganga Aarti on the cover. The UP government has been criticized for excluding one of the seven wonders of the world in the 32-page booklet.
Reportedly, the state government has released a press statement stating Rs 370 crore has been set aside for tourism in UP of which Rs 156 crore will be utilized to improve the tourist attraction in and around Taj Mahal.
Twitterati obviously had something to say!
#1 We wish it was a joke.
— Ardra Balachandran (@ardramaanasam) October 3, 2017
#2 No more prestigious?
The prestige of India, #TajMahal is no more prestigious now. Next time, state guests like Prince Charles, Clinton will be taken to Gorakhpur
— Sadhavi Khosla (@sadhavi) October 2, 2017
#3 Damaging the image?
— Kuldeep Bishnoi (@bishnoikuldeep) October 2, 2017
#4 The symbol of love hasn’t received its due.
— Arjun Modhwadia (@arjunmodhwadia) October 3, 2017
#5 New low?
— Broken Arrow (@frenzykneecap) October 3, 2017
#6 Remove the others too?
— Anjali K Shastri (@AnjaliShastri) October 2, 2017
#7 Definitely says a lot.
— Pankhuri Pathak (@pankhuripathak) October 2, 2017
#8 What’s being hidden?
— Jagrati Shukla (@JagratiShukla29) October 2, 2017
#9 How is this even happening?
#TajMahal Symbol of love one of d 7 wonders of d world is no longer a tourist spot in Yogi's Govt. Only sick mind can do this.Get well soon!
— Jothimani (@jothims) October 2, 2017
#10 The ringmaster and the circus.
— Tehseen Poonawalla (@tehseenp) October 2, 2017
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