Himachal’s Kasol sees Israeli tourist’s dislike for Indians

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Kasol town of Himachal Pradesh is so popular among Israeli tourists that it is called ‘Mini Israel’, but many people have strong objection when Indian men arrive. Local businessmen who earn their livelihood by tourists from Israeli tourists say that not all Indian male tourists are bad, but their experience with most is not very good. The condition is that many guest houses also refuse to accommodate Indians.

Kasol town of Himachal Pradesh is so popular among Israeli tourists that it is called ‘Mini Israel’, but there are strong objections to many people when Indian men arrive. Last Sunday, an Indian woman from Delhi was refused permission to enter the cafe ‘free console’.

Ritika Singh went there with her friend British Musician Stephen K, when she asked for a menu from the Café manager Shankar, it is said that he said that it is only for the members, just minutes after Stephen asked for the menu then the manager welcomed him.

Stephen felt odd, and questioned the manager for his behaviour.

Indian discriminating Indians, is that what India is upto?

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