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Trasi-Maravanthe beach turns out hub for illegal activities amid COVID-19


Team Udayavani, Jul 5, 2020, 12:59 PM IST

Trasi: As Monsoon started in the coastal region, the officials have barred fishermen and visitors from entering the sea in the coastal region.

Owing to the COVID-19 lockdown, the entry to Trasi-Maravanthe beach is restricted. The huts constructed in this region is not maintained and Officials or charges are not inspecting these places regularly. Apart from a shop at the parking lot, no one visits this place.

As the beach is very next to NH66, the beach offers great danger to visitors. Many tourists who travel in NH66, park their vehicles for photography, selfies at edges of stones or for a walk in seashore even when the force of water is more.

Apart from three to four boards mentioned with ‘danger’, ‘don’t enter beach’, there is no barricades to prevent people from entering the beach.

Many liquor bottles, snacks wrappers in the seashore prove that people have drunken sitting over the stones and partied there.

The Tipplers have been partying in the Huts that are constructed next to the beach. As there are no visitors to the huts, people have been partying at night in the huts at night and the liquor bottles around huts are clear evidence of this.

Meanwhile, localities have urged the district administration and tourism department to take action on this and construct barricade as soon as possible to avoid severe consequences.

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