We are currently not accepting any bookings for Maldives, announces EaseMyTrip CEO, Nishant Pitti

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EaseMyTrip CEO, Nishant Pitti, declares a suspension of flight reservations to the Maldives in response to offensive remarks made by Maldivian ministers towards India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This decision aligns with the growing momentum of the boycott campaign against the Maldives in light of these comments.

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But MakeMyTrip has not yet refused to take bookings for Maldives because of their board of directors who are chineese It’s time to Boycott Make my Trip. #UninstallMakeMyTrip #BoycottMaldives #selfish

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Kartik Raman is a student of Travel & Tourism Management, Cricketer, Marathon Runner, Chess Player and a sport and gaming enthusiast. He has competed in many sports events such as Vedanta Delhi Half Marathon, Delhi Inter-zonal Cricket Tournament and many other tournaments, he is also the chess champion in his college IITTM, Noida. Apart from sport he has an interest in writing Traveling and organizing events. Kartik has conducted and lead many tours to nearby destinations from Delhi like Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Himachal. He has also been a organizing member for events of International Society of Nephrology.

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