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The Indian government is cracking down on the country’s burgeoning pink bed industry with an ambitious new plan to offer affordable, pink beds for domestic and international travellers to cut costs, improve air quality and boost tourism.
Under the government’s pink bed campaign, a pilot programme has been launched in five major cities and cities in the western state of Uttar Pradesh, with the aim of bringing the country to a tipping point by 2022.
According to an announcement on Monday, the government will make available up to 10,000 pink beds in the country every month starting from July 1, 2019.
It is hoped that the pink beds will bring down prices by at least 15 per cent and will provide a better environment for travelers to relax and enjoy their journey.
The pink beds are designed to look and feel like regular beds with a green roof and blue curtains.
The government said the pink bed programme is part of the government plan to cut pollution, and said that the new beds will be made available to travellers in the areas affected by pollution, especially those who travel from rural areas.
The scheme will aim to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions and provide a safer environment for travellers by offering them green beds for their comfort.
The government said that it is a great opportunity for tourists and residents alike to save money.
The Prime Minister’s Office said that in 2017-18, about 6.5 million people visited the country from rural India, and that more than 30 per cent of those travellers were from rural households.