Under this scheme, tourists, especially foreign nationals, can stay in an Indian family’s home for the purpose of experiencing Indian family traditions and culture.
As per the Right to Information request filed by activist Vivek Pandey, the Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government has spent about Rs 9 to Rs 11 lakh each year on these expenses.
Some liberals have viewed the event warily because of the conservative faith-based group that is behind it.
Under this initiative, Dr Aman Puri, the Consul General of India in Dubai, will visit one of the labour accommodations each month.
The findings showed that 26.7 per cent of people who skipped breakfast were obese, compared with 10.9 per cent of those who ate it frequently.