EaseMyTrip responds to Congress’ social media post on resuming Maldives bookings

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New Delhi. EaseMyTrip CEO Nishant Pitti has responded to the controversy over rebooking of air tickets for Maldives through the platform. He admitted that some bookings were made between 16-26 May, but the company took immediate action and removed them. Earlier, Kerala Congress had asked questions to EaseMyTrip on the social media platform X, to which this response came. Actually, the company had announced the removal of Maldives from its platform in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Pitti emphasized that EaseMyTrip’s nationalist view will never change. He responded to the post of Kerala Congress on X.

Pitti claimed that other Chinese-owned travel portals are promoting Maldives without any hindrance, why is the focus being only on EaseMyTrip. He said, “We have been serving for the last 16 years without any foreign investment. Yes, you are right, nothing is permanent – money will come and go. But our nationalistic outlook will never change.” The company had stopped bookings for Maldives in January after three Maldivian ministers made derogatory comments about Prime Minister Modi after his visit to Lakshadweep.

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